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Friday, April 20, 2001

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    Yesterday, anti-corporate globalization activists found a creative way to "air" their grievances over Quebec City.They took off in a single engine plane from Vermont and flew under radar through Canada and skirted the "securityperimeter" in Quebec City where the summit is being held. Along the route they dropped thousands of leaflets from theplane decrying the disastrous impact of free trade agreements on democracy and the environment.

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