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Democrat Miller Wins Over NRA Crowd

Monday, April 29, 2002

Sen. Zell Miller wowed the National Rifle Association as the Georgia Democrat chastised his own party for failing to recognize the social and political reach of gun issues. "There is nowhere I`d rather be tonight than right here with you, on the picket line of freedom`s defense," Mr. Miller told more than 2,000 NRA members in a speech at Saturday night`s banquet.

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