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Zell Miller began his career in public service in 1959 with a term as mayor of Young Harris, Georgia. In 1960, he was elected to the Georgia Senate at the age of 28. In 1974, he won the first of four consecutive terms as Georgia's lieutenant governor. Then in 1990, Miller ran for governor and won mostrar mais the first of two terms he would serve as the state's top leader. After leaving the governor's office in 1999, Miller taught at Emory University and at his alma maters, the University of Georgia and Young Harris College mostrar menos
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A Christmas Housewarming (1992) — Contribuinte — 11 cópias
Fahrenhype 9/11 [2004 documentary] — Actor — 3 cópias


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Thank god he's on our side now. Great book about the (hopefully) inherant characteristics of every Marine
tmstimbert | Jul 26, 2008 |
Zell Miller a former U.S. senator from Georgia laments the lack of moral values in America and urges returning to a basic sense of duty. He describes supporting President W. Bush and takes on cultural issues. And over all I have to say he is right on target.

Miller writes in the preface, "There have been ten generations of Americans since this nation was founded.... Each left this nation in a little better condition than they had inherited it from their parents. This is the first generation at risk of doing the opposite." And this is a true statement. What he tries to do in this book is explain his view on how this has happened.

Many believe that he is attacking his own party, the Democrats. But in order for our country to be in the shape we are in is the fault of all our political leaders, not just one. All in D.C. have allowed the high standards the U.S.A. stood for to decline. Our elected officials are more concerned with re-election instead of the good of the people.

Zell Miller's belief that we have failed to acknowledge and discipline ourselves with the spiritual truths that have made us great for these two hundred years; faith, family, country and values. And I have to agree with him. Let us hope it is not too late for American citizens to wake up to our plight.
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mramos | 1 outra resenha | Aug 23, 2007 |
Early work of Georgia politician.
edwin.gleaves | Jul 11, 2006 |
Wonder what has happened to Zell? Tired of this mode of political rhetoric.
Rhohanin61 | 1 outra resenha |


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