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Full-Employment-Supplement - DDI 2009 Wesley Tips and...

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DDI 2009 Full Employment Supplement Wesley Page __ of __ Tips and Tricks If they try to talk about Argentina- Drill them in Cross-x, Argentina’s economy went through a severe recession at the time and didn’t start truly recovering until 2004, 2 years after their ELR when they restructured their debt at the IMF- They also have had a problem with inflation for quite some time If you’re not comfortable running the Inflation DA you can go for military trade off- It’ll be good You can also go for a K it links to at least one form of all of them. 1
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DDI 2009 Full Employment Supplement Wesley Page __ of __ 2NC Ext- Barriers Extend 1NC #____ The plan can’t solve all the barriers facing full employment or economic growth- It only addresses aggregate demand A. Productive Capacity- The Plan doesn’t make the U.S. More Produce more- Meaning the jobs aren’t economically useful- adding nothing to the economy B. Inflation- The Decreasing value of currency as labor costs rise disincentives employment and decreases the net productive capacity of the market C. Trade- since we lack the ability to buy or sell elastically- government employment cannot open
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