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Seattle, Washington / World Trade Organization Meeting / Protests #627861

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 30, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Seattle, WA: George Lewis) The beginning of the World Trade Organization meeting in Seattle, WA, featured; scenes shown from Seattle, WA, of protests and violence. [WOMAN - says most protestors are normal people.] [MOTORIST - says she is afraid of the violence.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Andrea Mitchell) The concerns of American workers protesting in Seattle examined. [Seattle factory worker Irene BROWN - says her factory is a union shop; says many jobs have been lost.] [President CLINTON - says expanded trade helped the economy.] [Farmer Phil NELSON - says much of what he produces is exported.] [US Trade Representative Charlene BARSHEFSKY - explains benefits of trade with China.] [Georgetown University Law Center James FEINERMAN - says the Clinton administration is oversold on trade in China.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Lewis, George;
Mitchell, Andrea

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