1AC - Plan
The President of the United States should issue an Executive Order curtailing federal
domestic surveillance of exports from the United States by:
-Consolidating authority under a new Coordinating Center for Export Controls
We have transitioned from societies of discipline to societies of control.
Societies of discipline were where people were organized and surveilled by the
state in different static spaces. Examples of this could be the school or the
factory. The state
What is the Export Import Bank?
Pathe, 9/15 [Simone, 9/15/14, Congressional reporter for Roll Call and has a degree in Comparative Politics from Bates
University, Stop pretending you know what the Export-Import Bank is, http:/www.pbs.org/
A) Interpretation: Federal government is central government
WEBSTER'S 76 NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY UNABRIDGED, p. 833.
Federal government. Of or relating to the central government of a nation, having the character of a
federation as distinguished fr
A) Interpretation: Domestic surveillance involves data collection of United States
McGreal 7 Professor of Law, Southern Illinois University School of Law
Paul, Counteracting Ambition: Applying Corporate Compliance and Ethics to the Separation
Their approach to STOPPING the disaster is rooted in shock doctrine of fixing and
rebuilding their attempt to erase disaster will fail and re-creteates the structures
Klein 07 (Naoimi, Klein contributes to The Nation, In These Times, Th
2AC - Durbait
We arent going for the heg impact.
Heg is high and resilient disproves the impact or makes it inevitable also proves the
advantage is actually non-unique
Salvatore Babones, June 11th, 2015, an associate professor of sociology an
T US Persons
Extend their interp, exports are US surveillance, not going for it.
T within US
Extend their interp, exports are within the US, not going for it.
Extend Doremus, humyns wont be affected and theres no link or risk of an impact
New Negro Movement
New ways of black expression in almost every possible aspect (artistic mediums/sciences) regarding experiences of and about blacks in
American (and urban north)
Challenged white ideals and rejected white/Euro
Chapter 4.1 Reading Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. What is a parameter? Why do we have to estimate parameters instead of calculating them directly? What is a statistic? What is an estimator? Consider Example 4.1. What is the para