It takes a lot to discourage the zealous advocates of congressional term limits. A major Supreme Court ruling isn't enough, certainly. Last week's decision, in which the court voided an Arkansas term-limits measure, had the effect of overturning similar laws that had been approved in 22 states. And the movement appears headed for another disappointment in coming months, when the Senate is expected to consider and reject a term-limiting constitutional amendment, which failed in the House in March. But advocates of term limits, an idea supported by two-thirds of American voters, refuse to give up the fight. They plan to redouble...

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