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U.S. ambassador to Canada denies obvious NAU goals.

"While conspiracy theories abound, you can take it to the bank that no one involved in these [SPP] discussions is interested in, or has ever proposed, a North American Union, a North American super highway, or a North American currency."

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In his op-ed piece appearing in the Ottawa Citizen while the two-day SPP meeting in nearby Montebello was in progress, the statement of Ambassador David H. Wilkins directly contradicted the views of many observers of the ongoing SPP/NAU process.
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Title Annotation:Quick Quotes
Author:McManus, John F.
Publication:The New American
Date:Sep 17, 2007
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