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Mar 23

33 Minutes Panel Discussion

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Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium

33 Minutes - The Heritage Foundation's new one-hour documentary - exposes the life-threatening myths about defending America from missile attack. The truth is brutal: In 33 minutes or less, a missile launched at America would hit the U.S. target it was programmed to destroy. 33 Minutes - shot in high definition - features breathtaking and dramatic footage as well as exclusive interviews with world leaders including Lady Margaret Thatcher, Attorney General Edwin Meese, and others. This documentary opens our eyes to the reality that many years after 9/11 Americans still remain vulnerable to a missile attack. We do not have the defenses in place to protect our cities, our states, or our people. Join us to learn about the challenge we face as well as the opportunity that exists to maintain America leadership.

It's up to us in our time to choose and choose wisely between the hard but necessary task of preserving peace and freedom, and the temptation to ignore our duty and blindly hope for the best while the enemies of freedom grow stronger day by day.

- President Ronald Reagan

More About the Speakers

Following the one-hour Screening will be a Discussion featuring:

Rebecca Hagelin
Senior Communications Fellow and Executive Producer of 33 Minutes,
The Heritage Foundation

Baker Spring
F.M. Kirby Fellow in National Security Policy,
Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies,
The Heritage Foundation

Becky Norton Dunlop
Vice President,
External Relations,
The Heritage Foundation