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Canada / Quebec / Summit of the Americas / Protests #196622

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 21, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The second day of clashes at the Summit of the Americas meeting to discuss free trade introduced.

(Quebec City: John Yang) The demonstrations in Quebec City, Canada, featured; scenes shown of tear gas and water cannons used by the police. [Steel Workers Union Lesly STODDARD - expresses concerns about human rights.] [Public Citizens/Global Trade Watch director Lori WALLACH, demonstrator Assad RASHID, The Council of Canadians Steven STAPLES - comment on the protests.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Quebec City: Terry Moran) The goal of the conference to set up a free trade zone for the entire hemisphere featured; scenes shown from the summit class photograph and of the motorcade. [President BUSH - speaks about "constructive dialogue."] [US trade Representative Robert ZOELLICK - says trade is about change and change brings anxiety.]

Brown, Aaron;
Moran, Terry;
Yang, John

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