We are debate coaches, not professional film makers, but we can surely pack a video with helpful data to help you win tournaments. For Season 20 we are launching a beta project in our libraries that hopes to deliver helpful video content for those members with Library Access. We hope to make this a foundational addition in future seasons. Enjoy!
- Energy: Part 1 “Definitions” - Vance Trefethen presents his introductory lesson to United States energy policy, the NCFCA debate resolution. This is Part 1 of a four-video series covering the Season 20 NCFCA resolution on energy.
- Energy: Part 2 “Economics” - In Part 2 of explaining the NCFCA policy resolution on energy policy, Coach Vance gives an introduction to debaters' economics.
- Energy: Part 3 “History” - In Part 3 of understanding NCFCA's resolution on US energy policy, Coach Vance explains its history.
- Energy: Part 4 “Status Quo” - In Part 4 of the Energy Policy videos, Coach Vance explains several policies that are great candidates for affirmative plans.
- Monetary Policy: Part 1 “Definitions” - Vance Trefethen presents his introductory lesson to banking, finance and monetary policy, the Stoa policy debate resolution. This is Part 1 of a three-video series covering the Season 20 Stoa resolution on monetary policy.
- Monetary Policy: Part 2 “Economics” - In Part 2 of explaining the policy resolution on monetary policy, Coach Vance gives an introduction to economics and its terminology.
- Monetary Policy: Part 3 “History & Status Quo” - In Part 3 of explaining the policy resolution on monetary policy, Coach Vance covers a thorough history of the topic as well as provides ample ideas for policy changes.
These videos are the newest additions to our Monument Libraries. We will be releasing more in coming weeks.
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