If R1 is connected to the internet and you've decided to have that section of the network as NSSA, then it's just a bad design all around.
NSSA are designed for sections of the network where there is not transit path, for instance a remote location internal LAN that connects to corporate.
The only way R1 would be able to send a default route to other routers outside the NSSA is to use the 'default-information originate' command. Only NSSA participating routers will receiving 'N' routes.
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