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Canada / Elec. #64114

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 18, 1980
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(Studio) Today's elecs. in Canada, between Prime Min. Joe Clark and former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, noted; films shown, courtesy CTV.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Ontario, Canada) Collapse of Clark's government and Trudeau's resignation recalled; current campaigns. of each examined. Films shown Importance of econ. in Canadian elecs. said overshadowing Clark government's rescue of 6 Americans from Iran recently. [CLARK - comments on Trudeau.] [TRUDEAU - criticizes current budget.] Trudeau's lead in polls mentioned; his remarks with regard to not serving out full term if elected noted.
REPORTER: Lynn Sherr

Robinson, Max;
Sherr, Lynn

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