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term limits for presidents - Ilya Shlyakhter (notestaff) - letters to editors
January 9th, 2006
05:47 am


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term limits for presidents
How Long Should a President Serve?

If we let presidents run for a third term, we should require them to resign after two terms and wait four years before running again. This way, we can hold them accountable without giving them the advantages of incumbency.

Also, third terms would be reserved for presidents whose legacies stood up to the scrutiny of hindsight.

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