1NC—Topicality1NC—Topicality
Jon M. Ericson, Dean Emeritus of the College of Liberal Arts – California Polytechnic U., et al., 3 [The Debater’s Guide, Third Edition, p. 4]
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1nc – Long (Intellectuals)1nc – Long (Intellectuals)
A. The ballot’s sole purpose is to answer the resolutional question: Is the outcome of the enactment of a topical plan better than the status quo or a competitive policy option or alternative? They violate this by failing to defend the enactment of
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First off is topicality—First off is topicality—
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A. Interpretation and violation the affirmative should defend topical action grounded in the resolutionA. Interpretation and violation the affirmative should defend topical action grounded in the resolution
Jon m ericson 3, Dean Emeritus of the College of Liberal Arts – California Polytechnic U., et al., The Debater’s Guide, Third Edition
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Interpretation and violation – the affirmative should defend the desirability of topical government actionInterpretation and violation – the affirmative should defend the desirability of topical government action
Jon M., Dean Emeritus of the College of Liberal Arts – California Polytechnic U., et al., The Debater’s Guide, Third Edition
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Debate rules 1 Before the debateDebate rules 1 Before the debate
A debate is a discussion in which participants articulate, justify, and clarify their positions on an issue. In this informal debate plan, rebuttals attempt to refute statements made by the opposing side
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Interpretation and violation the affirmative should defend the desirability of topical government actionInterpretation and violation the affirmative should defend the desirability of topical government action
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Bcc 2011-2012 Page of 1nc rd 5Bcc 2011-2012 Page of 1nc rd 5
Our interpretation is that an affirmative should defend legalization as the endpoint of their advocacy. This does not mandate roleplaying, immediate fiat or any particular means of impact calculus
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