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22 January, 09:30

Congress and the states moved quickly to pass the twenty-sixth amendment, which lowered the voting age to eighteen, because they

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  1. 22 January, 11:18
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    I believe the answer is: they hoped to channel student energy away from demonstrations and toward more conventional forms of participation

    By doing this, the impact of young voters' political alignment would be much greater in determining the outcome of the elections (which usually ruled by middle aged voters)
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