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LO-full-employment-neg-supplement - Neg Dartmouth 2K9 1...

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9300c865c9b8a60a6fc3aaabfed1234b2bae99a7.doc Neg Dartmouth 2K9 1 Full Employment Negative Supplement Full Employment Negative Supplement .................................................................................................................. 1 Strategy Sheet .......................................................................................................................................................... 2 Full employment notes ............................................................................................................................................. 3 **Time Frame CP** ................................................................................................................................................ 7 **ELR no Solvency** ........................................................................................................................................... 15 Last printed 1
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9300c865c9b8a60a6fc3aaabfed1234b2bae99a7.doc Neg Dartmouth 2K9 2 Strategy Sheet I believe that this is one case where you need to go into case a lot and it may be justified to read a bunch of new turns and no solvency cards in the 2NC so that the 1AR gets screwed on case. In prepping for this case, read the cards and take the ones that you understand most. This case is awesome because you actually get to debate the merits of the case as opposed to random disads. Also, I would recommend electronically rearranging the cards. I would recommend running the Time frame counterplan only if you think you understand ELR enough to debate the specifics. Also, you have to make the affirmative concede that the plan will be passed instantaneously or is in some other way mutually exclusive. The net benefits to the CP are probably econ and politics. To win the CP, I think it is very important to show that you know more than the affirmative and capitalize on that. I didn’t have time to organize this into blocks because if you’re going for the timeframe CP, then you have to be careful that the solvency deficit cards don’t link to you too. Below are the notes that I made for this case. It’s not too long and it may help you out. Especially the card indites. Last printed 2
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9300c865c9b8a60a6fc3aaabfed1234b2bae99a7.doc Neg Dartmouth 2K9 3 Full employment notes The implementation of ELR matters a lot. Ask questions in cross ex what their implementation is. Good questions include: How will ELR be implemented? That is, who will do the actual hiring, who will do the paying, and who will decide what their wages are? Use these questions to trap them into spending, inflation, job wages, investor confidence. Are these wages taxed? How will you determine wages? Do you adjust the wages for different jobs (i.e. construction vs cleaning parks vs license plate making vs teaching)? Do you adjust the wages for inflation? Is there a cap for how much the program spends? Where will all this money come from/ will you increase taxes to help pay for this? How does the government get the money back? What will happen to the exchange rate of say, dollars to Euros? How did the Argentinean economy collapse? How do you solve back for inflation? Use these questions to trap them into unemployment, poverty, something. How quickly is your plan implemented, that is, how long will it take for the target to be trained and for the jobs to be created so that these people will get paid? What do you do about current unemployment benefits? What is an acceptable unemployment rate? How do you ensure that those who are unemployed don’t stay unemployed? How do you deal with the people who choose not to work and just take these benefits? How will you create standards for who is qualified to do what jobs? What will you do when all the green construction and other repair type projects are finished? Do they join the military? What about people who choose not to work, are
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