ld aff - Brandon Hopen 23 November 2009 LD AFFIRMATIVE CASE...

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Brandon Hopen 23 November 2009 LD AFFIRMATIVE CASE “The only purpose power for which power can rightfully be exercised over any member of a civilized society, against his will, is to prevent harm to others”, because I agree with John Mill I affirm the following resolution: resolved, public health concerns justify compulsory immunizations. Public health concerns is the approach to medicine that is concerned with the health of the community as a whole -Medical Dictionary Justify is to prove to be right -New Oxford American Dictionary Compulsory immunizations are mandatory and enforced techniques used to induce immunity resistance to a certain disease -Merriam Webster The affirmative value for the debate is justice. Merriam Webster defines justice as the quality of being just, right, impartial, or fair. Justice is the best value for this debate round given the resolution, because justice states whether or not something is fair so we can see if it’s “fair” to make immunization compulsory. The affirmative criterion for the round is the protection of life. Life links directly back to my value, justice, because vaccines are efficient have led to the extinction of diseases such as small pox and reducing the cases of other diseases. The criterion is enough to achieve the value because in order to be “fair” you have to protect the lives of the community as a
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course ECON 2023 taught by Professor Mike during the Spring '11 term at Bob Jones University.

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ld aff - Brandon Hopen 23 November 2009 LD AFFIRMATIVE CASE...

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