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DDI-CJ-Military-Neg

DDI-CJ-Military-Neg - Dartmouth 2K9 1 CJ Military Neg T...

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53161e49e996d0e96190b6e29a82000636883fed.doc Dartmouth 2K9 1 CJ Military Neg T – Poverty defined by poverty line ........................................................................................................................ 2 T - Fed poverty line good ......................................................................................................................................... 3 States CP .................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Politics DA ............................................................................................................................................................... 5 Politics DA – Extension .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Hegemony Frontline ................................................................................................................................................ 9 Iraq Frontline ......................................................................................................................................................... 12 Solvency Frontline ................................................................................................................................................. 14 Solvency Extension ................................................................................................................................................ 16 Last printed 1
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53161e49e996d0e96190b6e29a82000636883fed.doc Dartmouth 2K9 2 T – Poverty defined by poverty line 1. Interpretation Poverty is defined by the poverty line Cambridge Dictionary, 2000 Cambridge University Press p.662 The poverty level/line is the amount of income a person or a family needs in order to maintain an acceptable standard of living, and below which they are considered poor. 2. Violation Many people who enlist in the military are above the federal poverty line. 3. Standards A. Limits – They completely unlimit the topic to cases that provide social services to basically everyone. B. Education – the aff must provide a plan, which provides social services for persons per poverty – key to education on domestic poverty and social services, which are the core of the topic C. They avoid judge intervention by providing a clear bright-line and ensure definition of the topic grounded in the lit base, key to fairness and education. D. T is voter for fairness and education. Last printed 2
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53161e49e996d0e96190b6e29a82000636883fed.doc Dartmouth 2K9 3 T - Fed poverty line good Defining persons per poverty by the fed poverty line is good because policymakers default to that line for poverty statistics. Gottschalk , econ prof at Boston College, 94 (Peter T. Gottschalk, “Poverty,” The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Economics [ed Douglas Greenwald), 1994) In order to fight this war, policymakers needed to know the size of the poverty problem . Defining the scope of poverty proved to be difficult. While there was wide agreement that a family was poor if its income fell below some poverty threshold, there was much less agreement over where to set the threshold . After much discussion, a poverty line was defined in terms of the Department of Agriculture’s minimum food budget. The cost of the minimum food budget necessary to sustain a family during temporary emergencies was multiplied by three to reflect the assumption that food constituted one-third of the total budget. These poverty lines, which vary by family size and farm-nonfarm residence, became the basis for tabulating poverty statistics. Last printed 3
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53161e49e996d0e96190b6e29a82000636883fed.doc Dartmouth 2K9 4 States CP Plan text: The 50 states and the District of Columbia, should substantially increase benefits to enlisted members of the National Guard. The military cannot function without strong state reserves. Spencer and Wortzel, Ph.D, 02 (Jack Spencer and Larry M. Wortzel, Policy Analyst for Defense and National Security at the Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies, Director of Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation, 4/8/02, The Nation) The U.S. military forces cannot fight a large-scale conflict today without relying on the National Guard units and the Reserves. The National Guard
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