by R.B. Bernstein
One thing that John Adams never did was to voice a word of regret about leaving the presidency at his term’s end. None of his successors has ever violated or dishonored the precedent he established. And, if we are fortunate, none ever will.
by Richard Striner
History offers few guidelines for how to handle the increasingly plausible scenario of a defeated president refusing to leave office.
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