Zell Miller, Reflections on Georgia Politics
From Russell Library
In this interview Zell Miller discusses his early life and political career. Miller served as lieutenant governor of Georgia from 1975 to 1991, was elected governor of Georgia in 1990, and served as a United States senator. As governor he founded the HOPE scholarship, which used lottery funds to pay for student tuition to Georgia universities.
For more information, see the Russell Library finding aid for this interview.