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Canada / Elec. / United States Trade #559811

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 19, 1988
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Gallup poll reported placing Brian Mulroney in lead over John Turner in Canada's election Report introduced.

(Toronto, Canada: Keith Morrison) Impt. of issue of free trade between Canada and United States in elecs. featured; details given, scenes shown from prime minister campaign [During debate, TURNER, MULRONEY - bicker about free trade issue.] [MULRONEY - comments.] [TURNER - campaigns.] television ads. shown. Concern by some that American will take over Canada detailed. [Canadian business spokesperson John CRISPO - says free trade is economy device.] [Ex-UN ambassador Steven LEWIS - says there is too much about deal that Canada does not know about.] [In Toronto, CANADIAN - expresses confusion.] [While fishing, CANADIANS - say they are Canadians, not Americans]

Chung, Connie;
Morrison, Keith

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