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!

 

It’s just a preview of the full file that’s to come– grab it now!

 

Middle East Democracy Promotion (March/April 2016 LD) Topicality Interpretation File

 


UPDATE: The full file is now available! Download the complete guide to the March/April 2016 LD Resolution here!


 

 

Have you seen any cases during this resolution that are SO untopical that even this file couldn’t handle them? Tell us your stories in the comments!

 

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