Zell Miller Speaks Out on Dean, Bush, and Southern Voters

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Sen. Zell Miller, a Georgia Democrat, says that front-runner Howard Dean's comments about Southern voters prove that Democrats don't understand the region. Miller, who endorsed George W. Bush in 2000, has a new book, A National Party No More, in which he explains why the Democrats fare poorly in the South. NPR's Steve Inskeep spoke with Miller.



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