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Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the Inauguration of President Ronald Reagan

Recorded on January 20, 2006

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium

Our program will begin with a replay of the Swearing-in and Inaugural Address

Ronald Reagan championed "a great new beginning" for America - one grounded upon our Founding Principles, unlimited by burdensome government, and sustained by the belief that, no matter how arduous or complex the challenge, America's best days always lay ahead. When he was inaugurated the 40th President of the United States 25 years ago, few doubted his political beliefs and personal optimism. Many questioned his ability and depth. Yet, eight years later, his Presidency, that sought to change a nation, had changed a world. Join us as our guests reflect on this historic occasion and the revolution in American politics that can now be called "the Age of Reagan."