CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 01, 2000
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The end of the trial in France of farmer Jose Bove, who trashed a McDonald's restaurant, reported; scenes shown from Millau.
(Paris: Mark Phillips) The growing anti-American sentiment in France because of America's unchecked power featured; scenes shown from Paris. ["Non Merci, Oncle Sam!" author Noel MAMERE - says the United States wants to dominate the world.] [Author Pascal BRUCKNER - criticizes everything American.] The ongoing trade war between the United States and France noted. [US ambassador Felix ROHATYN - comments on morality.]
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