Japanese Internment Camps - "Most of the 110,000 persons removed for reasons of 'national security' were school-age children, infants and young adults not yet of voting age."

Japanese Internment Camps - "Most of the 110,000 persons removed for reasons of 'national security' were school-age children, infants and young adults not yet of voting age."

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The law says citizens must be 18 or older to vote. Should the voting age be lowered?  Mini debate?

The law says citizens must be 18 or older to vote. Should the voting age be lowered? Mini debate?

England's 20 worst learner drivers have attempted the practical test more than 700 times between them, it emerges.

England's 20 worst learner drivers have attempted the practical test more than 700 times between them, it emerges.

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These people used their right to peacefully protest to make their cause known. They believed that if  they were old enough to fight they were old enough to vote. Now some seniors in high school can even vote.

These people used their right to peacefully protest to make their cause known. They believed that if they were old enough to fight they were old enough to vote. Now some seniors in high school can even vote.

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Do Felons Have The Right to Vote? - Over five million Americans are #disenfranchised from #voting even if the former inmates are again productive members of society who pay taxes. Both #Florida & #Virginia, two highly contested states, do not restore the right to vote upon completion of a felon’s sentence. 10.42% of Florida residents of voting age are barred from #voting because of their criminal history | Prison Path

Do Felons Have The Right to Vote? - Over five million Americans are #disenfranchised from #voting even if the former inmates are again productive members of society who pay taxes. Both #Florida & #Virginia, two highly contested states, do not restore the right to vote upon completion of a felon’s sentence. 10.42% of Florida residents of voting age are barred from #voting because of their criminal history | Prison Path

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How can students too spoiled to tolerate debate weigh opposing political arguments? They can't.

How can students too spoiled to tolerate debate weigh opposing political arguments? They can't.

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