Miller Center of Public Affairs

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The Miller Center of Public Affairs is a non-partisan research institute that is part of the University of Virginia.[1]

Founded in 1975, the Miller Center is a public policy institution that serves as a meeting place where scholars, students, media representatives, and government officials explore non-partisan consensus -- research, reflect and report on issues of importance to the governance of the United States, with special attention to the central role and history of the presidency. The Miller Center is named for its founder, Chattanooga, Tennessee, attorney Burkett Miller, an alumnus of the University of Virginia law school.

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