1972: Old Enough to Fight, Old Enough to Vote

The election of 1972 ushered in the age of 18 year-olds casting their ballots and having their say. It was a tumultuous time in American history, one that reverberates to this day. We visit with Randy Pease, then an Indiana college student and one of the 18 year-olds voting for the first time that year. Our conversation casts light not only on 1972 or elections, but much more.

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