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Thu, Sep 03

With age comes wisdom, and some concerns for candidates

What are the odds of a president’s cognitive abilities declining substantially while in office?

The Constitution has a lower age limit of 35, but no upper age limit. Even one of the 55,000 American centenarians alive today could still legally run for president.

Read more in the editorial by Duke’s Murali Doraiswamy in the New York Times.