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finalreview - Junior Honors English Semester Final Review...

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Junior Honors English Semester Final Review Debate Order : 1AC (Cx=2NC), 1NC (Cx=1AC), 2AC (Cx=1NC), 2NC (Cx=2AC), break, 1NR, 1AR, 2AN, 2ARN Stock Issues of Debate : Significance/Harm: How much harm will occur if we keep things the way there are & do nothing to change the present policies. A must prove that the harms in the status quo are significant; if the harms are not significant, there is no need to change the status quo. N will try to prove that any harms that the A team identifies are no significant harms & don’t warrant a change in the status quo; prove that any problems w/ the A plan are so significant that the US shouldn’t adopt that plan; prove that there is greater harm in change than in maintaining the status quo. Inherency: barriers in the present system that prevent you from solving the problem. A must identify the roadblocks to change that exist in the current system; must be addressed one by one in the steps of the plan. N must show why the roadblocks exist & prove that they in some way protect people & are a result of laws that had goals to that end; history of the topic often reveals a reason for existing laws. Solvency: How can the problem be solved? What agency will bring the change? How will you pay for it and enforce it?
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