How did the twenty-sixth amendment address the concerns of american youth during the vietnam war?

By John

How did the Twenty-Sixth Amendment address the concerns of American youth during the Vietnam War?
A. It limited the president’s powers to commit troops to war, thus addressing some of the concerns of young anti-war protesters.
B. It gave the president unlimited power to commit troops to war, giving young people one person to whom they could address their concerns.
C. It brought young people, who had been disillusioned by the government’s handling of the war, into the political process.
D. It ended the draft, which was a major demand of the young people who had been subject to it.