Stephen W. Stathis of the Congressional Research Service traces the partisan politics behind presidential term limits, from Ulysses Grant to the passage of the 22nd Amendment as Harry Truman sought to continue the New Deal program.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Jonathan Zimmerman
Two-term presidents don't fear voters like they should.
SOURCE: National Review
by Victor Davis Hanson
Are two terms too much for presidents?
by Michael J. Korzi
FDR with Churchill and Stalin at the Yalta Conference in February 1945, a few months before his death.
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