Corps Values

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Bantam Books, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 112 pages
Today, more than ever, America needs to return to corps values

Governor Zell Miller is one of America's most respected leaders. His integrity, passion, and commitment to excellence have earned the praise of colleagues both Democrat and Republican. In this timely and inspirational book, Zell Miller recounts the simple but powerful lessons he learned as a United States Marine: the core values we must embrace if we are to be successful as individuals and as a nation. Only by incorporating such time-honored Marine qualities as pride, discipline, courage, brotherhood, and respect into our personal and professional lives can we meet the challenges that lie ahead. In Corps Values, Zell Miller urges us all to go back to basic training--in the values that ultimately lead to victory in any endeavor.

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