Summary: The 4-point Refutation may be used with any type of debate. The following example takes a value debate (i.e. Lincoln-Douglas debate) between Privacy and Justice.
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Following the presentation of a case, debaters are typically required to refute the arguments within the case. This is most effective through something called 4-point Refutation –– an organized way to respond to and refute individual arguments in a debate round. Debaters can even pre-flow the refutation on their flowsheets before the go to the lectern to deliver their speech.
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