Amendment could help

To the editor:

Among other qualifications the Constitution requires a person to have attained the age of 35 years to be eligible to the office of President.

An amendment is necessary to set an upper age limit, perhaps 66, to lessen the odds that in the future the electorate will not be faced, as we are now, with candidates that exhibit signs of senility.


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