If you’re talented enough to be attending this year’s 2016 NSDA Nationals in Public Forum debate, the resolution you’ll face in Salt Lake City will be:
Our free breakdown of the Nationals resolution contains lots of strategic advice, expert tips, and ready-to-use evidence covering all of the key issues for both the affirmative and negative sides of the One-Day National Presidential Primary Reform debate.
The March/April 2016 resolution for Lincoln-Douglas debate is extremely broad, so we’ve prepared an appropriately gigantic file to match it!
We’ve prepared close to 300 pages to help LD debaters build their best possible cases for the topic:
Our free breakdown of the current resolution is chock full of strategic advice, expert tips, and tons of evidence covering all of the key issues for both the affirmative and negative sides of the Middle East democracy promotion debate.
The March-April 2016 Lincoln-Douglas resolution is super broad, and includes several important phrases that can be tricky to define.
“Democracy promotion” and “Middle East” are both critical terms that debaters will have to wrestle with in order to debate this topic successfully.
Luckily, we’ve pored over countless pages of scholarly research, government documents, and other contextual evidence sources in order to bring you a Topicality file that includes enough definitions and interpretation cards to support every case!
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Public Forum debaters will spend March 2016 addressing a resolution asking them to consider whether the United States should withdraw its military presence from the Japanese island of Okinawa.
International relations resolutions are always especially tricky, due to their inclusion of a variety of complex interests. Not to worry, though, because we’re going to help you write the best possible cases for both sides, using this free guide!
Our topic analysis contains tons of free evidence for both pro and con, plenty of strategic tips from our experts, and a full breakdown of the March PF resolution,
The Public Forum debate resolution for February 2016 asks debaters to consider whether or not the United States federal government should combat climate change by implementing a tax on carbon emissions.
This is a challenging topic filled with complex scientific, technical, and legal considerations. That’s why we’ve prepared this free guide to help you write your best cases yet!
Our topic analysis contains tons of free evidence for both pro and con, plenty of strategic tips from our experts, and a full breakdown of the February PF resolution, “Resolved: The United States federal government should adopt a carbon tax.”
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