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Strat Sheet T I think the 2NR should be T because the aff is NOT topical. Look to the notes page for my list of topical cases. Case The soft power advantage is better than the human rights one, mainly because they have no link or impact to the latter. The soft power cards are good. 2
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Gitmo Neg Dartmouth 2K9 3 Notes Topical cases Welfare reform FSP Medicaid reform Immigrant health care Needle exchange programs Census Right to counsel Abortion Postal services Head Start Last printed 0/0/0000 0:00:00 AM 3
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1AC cross-ex questions 1. What is your agent? 2. What is the CIPA? 3. Why is the information key to solving? 4. Are there any other times when a prisoner has been denied information? 5. How do you access your internal links? 6. Why is this information key to international human rights? 4
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Gitmo Neg Dartmouth 2K9 5 1NC T-Shell Interpretations: 1. The United States is the fifty states and territories Business Dicitonary.com http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/United-States.html Fifty federated states plus District Of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Johnston Island, Midway and Wake Islands Northern Mariana Islands, and US Virgin Islands. 2. Substantial A. SNAP serves 34 million people. USDA.COM 8-5-09 (USDA.com, SNAP homepage, http://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/) Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP ) We help put healthy food on the table for over 34 million people each month . AND B. Substantial only has to be 2% The Star 99 (The Star [Malaysia], 5/18/99, “Substantial Shareholding,” http://www.lexisnexis.com/us/lnacademic/results/docview/docview.do?doc Under the Companies Act, the substantial shareholding provisions are applicable to public companies whose share are listed with the stock exchange (Sect 69B). Sect 69D (Act A1043) Prior to Nov 1, 1998, a shareholder is a substantial shareholder if he held 5% or more of the shares or class of shares in a company. It has now been reduced from 5% to 2%. With this amendment, the shareholding in a company would become more transparent. 3. Social services require individual contact. Oxford Dictionary of Economics 09 (“Social Services” social services The parts of social security requiring individual contact rather than cash payments. People's minimum consumption needs can be met by cash payments to those without sufficient incomes, through pensions and other benefits. Some citizens, however, need personal assistance with managing their lives as well as cash handouts. Personal social services cover matters such as home help for the disabled, advice and supervision for those on probation,
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