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Radio Spot of 9-13-1971 Encourages Youth Vote in 1972 Presidential Election

The spot mentions potential candidates: incumbent Richard Nixon and potential opponents Ed Muskie, Ted Kennedy, and George Wallace. It misses the actual Democratic opponent in 1972: George McGovern. Note that the constitutional amendment setting allowing 18 year olds to vote came into force in July 1971. A partial motivatin for the amendment's passage was that since 18 year olds were subject to the Vietnam War-era draft, they should be allowed the vote.
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