BY CHARLIE GEROW, April 3, 2018

The concept of term limits for members of Congress is as old as the Republic.

In fact, the idea is as old as any republic. The ancient Greeks and Romans both featured some form of term limits for their elected officials, to guarantee rotation in office and to curb corruption.

Even before American independence, several of the colonies imposed terms limits. The Articles of Confederation featured term limits for delegates to the Continental Congress.

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