Following Rep. Max Burns NPR's Juan Williams visits Rep. Max Burns, the freshman Republican congressman from Georgia. Burns says he supports President Bush's decision to attack Iraq. He also backs the president's proposed tax cut, yet Burns' constituents tell him their first priority is getting more jobs into south Georgia. Their conversation is part of an occasional series on how the congressman is adjusting to political life in Washington.
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Following Rep. Max Burns

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Following Rep. Max Burns

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NPR's Juan Williams visits Rep. Max Burns, the freshman Republican congressman from Georgia. Burns says he supports President Bush's decision to attack Iraq. He also backs the president's proposed tax cut, yet Burns' constituents tell him their first priority is getting more jobs into south Georgia. Their conversation is part of an occasional series on how the congressman is adjusting to political life in Washington.

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