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The simple way to run this case is very straightforward. You set the table with your resolutional analysis, pointing out that the conflict is in the mindset and laws of governments, and the resolution asks us to decide what governments should do. Then, you clear the table by emphasizing the importance of your value, coupled with the simple logic that tariffs unfairly hurt some citizens while protecting others. Capitalize on the fact that your judge is personally affected by rising prices on a lot of goods that are commonly trade restricted. Steel, aluminum, textiles, farm equipment, all those products make a real difference in the lives of real people.
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