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GOP Keynote to Cap Zell Miller's Turn from Democrats

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GOP Keynote to Cap Zell Miller's Turn from Democrats

GOP Keynote to Cap Zell Miller's Turn from Democrats

GOP Keynote to Cap Zell Miller's Turn from Democrats

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Georgia Sen. Zell Miller, a Democrat, will deliver the keynote speech at the Republican convention Wednesday night. Miller delivered the keynote address at the 1992 Democratic convention that sent Bill Clinton to the White House, but has long since parted ideological ways with his party. Hear NPR's Juan Williams.

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