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Millers HOPE Scholarship program was dubbed by the Los Angeles Times as "the most far-reaching scholarship program in the nation. His pre-kindergarten program won an award for innovation from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
After leaving the governors office in 1999, Miller taught at Emory University and at his alma maters, the University of Georgia and Young Harris College. Five books have been written by Miller, including "Corps Values: Everything You Need To Know I Learned in the Marines." He also served on several corporate boards before joining the Senate, where he now serves.
Unfortunately, what I discovered in Washington was truth, and truth did not set me free. It simply made me mad. It filled me with anger on behalf of Americans. You might still ask why I would want to take my own party to the woodshed. The answer is simple: My conscience made me do it.
This was just an excellent book! Too bad we don't have more politicians with Mr. Zeller's ambition and drive. The guy might have made for an excellent President! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tim
It is interesting to read how a once great political party moved so far to the left that it no longer has any roots in the great America. Read morePublished 12 months ago by RL
such an awesome man, knowing others and doing something. Zell and his family are exemplary. Thank you Zell Miller, and a good friend who told me about this book.Published 21 months ago by MARGARET J. PERRY
A National Party no more? The Democrats never were a national party. Thus, Miller completely misses the point. Read morePublished on August 7, 2013 by Flazatty
I read this book in hopes of trying to figure out why a life long Democrat had become so fiercely pro-Republican. Sadly, I'm still not sure. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by jhojnack
This book would serve many young democrats well, especially as they make their way in a party that is decreasingly liberal in the pure sense of the term, and increasingly... Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by John