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Twenty-sixth Amendment
of the U.S. Constitution


The Twenty-sixth Amendment was ratified in 1971. At that time the United States could draft men who were at least eighteen years old into the military. There was a sense that someone old enough to be drafted ought to be old enough to vote.
  1971 amendment reducing the voting age from 21 to 18
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26th Amendment Twenty-sixth Amendment
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  • The Twenty-sixth Amendment was ratified in 1971. At that time the United States could draft men who were at least eighteen years old into the military. There was a sense that someone old enough to be drafted ought to be old enough to vote.
  • *Changed by section 1 of the 26th amendment.
    United States ’Founding Fathers’  --  The Constitution of the United States
  • Note: Amendment 14, section 2, of the Constitution was modified by section 1 of the 26th amendment.
    United States ’Founding Fathers’  --  The Constitution of the United States
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Twenty-sixth Amendment [9] , Nineteenth Amendment [9] , Fourteenth Amendment [8] , Nineteenth Amendment [9] , Thirteenth Amendment [9]
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