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London / Economy Summit #297951

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 09, 1984
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(Studio) President Reagan and other allied leaders attending economic summit said concluding conference with joint statement calling for arms control negotiations.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(London, England) Ceremonies and anti-US demonstrations ending summit shown; summit's agreement on end to terrorism, resumption of arms control talks and need for end to Iran-Iraq war noted. Other leaders, concerned over Reagan's high interest rates and economic policy, said deferring to him due to election year [Prime Min. Margaret THATCHER - calls for lower interest rates and inflation rate.] [Treasury Secretary Don. REGAN - accuses summit participants of erroneous and unproved accusations regarding United States economic policy.] [Secretary of State George SHULTZ - considers ramifications of summit's stance on terrorism.] Demonstration meeting Reagan's motorcade as it entered Buckingham Palace for banquet with Queen Elizabeth detailed, shown.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(London, England) Major peace demonstration here protesting United States nuclear policy examined; films shown. [PROTESTER - wants Reagan out of England.] [WW II veteran Bertie LEWIS - explains his participation in demonstration in light of D-Day anniversary.] Extent of protest and impact on central London considered.
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

Reporter(s):
Blakely, Derrick;
Plante, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:04:40

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