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November-December LD Briefs and November PF Briefs are now Available
Resolved:The “right to be forgotten” from Internet searches ought to be a civil right.
The Lincoln-Douglas brief features:
90 single-spaced pages of analysis—more than twice as much analysis as other briefs (by word count)—with integrated evidence
Overview of resolutional interpretations by Chris Theis (two-time TOC Champion) and Jake Nebel (Coach of the 2013 TOC Champion)
Suggestions for philosophical casing by Marshall Thompson (2010 Greenhill and Bronx Champion)
Discussion of pragmatic implications by Jacob Nails (Debater at Georgia State Universtity and Coach at Sacred Heart)
A critical perspective by Steven Knell (Coach at Harvard-Westlake)
Over 200 cards cut by Rebecca Kuang (2013 TOC Champion), Nick Smith (Coach at Hopkins High School), and authors
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Resolved: On balance, the benefits of genetically modified foods outweigh the harms.
The Public Forum briefs includes nearly 40 (single-spaced) pages of analyses by:
the Evanston Township Speech and Debate team (NSDA School of Excellence at 2014 Nationals),
Abraham Fraifield (coach of the 2014 TOC co-champions in PF), and
Shania Hunt (alumna of Team USA, champion of Greenhill and the Cal Round Robin in LD).
With evidence cut by TOC champion Rebecca Kuang and authors.
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