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What Happened At The Summit #872268

CBS Special for Tuesday, Jul 21, 1981

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  • CBS special "What Happened at the Summit" re: Ottawa Economic Summit, world economy, affect of Middle East violence on summit, White House staff's view of Reagan's performance at summit, affect of U.S. high interest rates on European currency, local Montebello (Canada) residents respond to summit, reported by Dan Rather, Dianne Sawyer, Lesley Stahl, Tom Fenton, Bill Plante, Ray Brady, Steve Young.
  • Excerpts of statements by Ronald Reagan, Alexander Haig, Margaret Thatcher.
  • Taped interview with Helmut Schmidt, Peter Martin, Robert Maxwell.
  • Reporter(s):
    Rather, Dan;
    Sawyer, Dianne;
    Stahl, Lesley;
    Fenton, Tom;
    Plante, Bill;
    Brady, Ray;
    Young, Steve

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