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Course: ECON 102, Fall 2008
School: Iowa State
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debates In-class (07/07/03 to 07/10/03): Format, Rules, and Topics General Rules 1. These debates will account for 15% of your total grade for this class. 2. Please note that attendance is compulsory for everyone during all four days. I will be taking attendance each day, and an absence that is not university excused will cost you 3% per absence. If you are not present on the day your team is presenting, you will...

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