Summary: This case attempts to narrow down this broad resolution as much as possible by examining the resolution in an entirely economic scale.
Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas
About "Prosperity (NEG)"
This article was written by Season 18 author Nathaniel Van Eeckhout.
This case attempts to narrow down this broad resolution as much as possible by examining the resolution in an entirely economic scale. Instead of focusing on societal contacts and governmental philosophy, it simply asks which side of the resolution is better apt to help a nation grow fiscally. Understandably, economic prosperity should benefit a nation in a variety of different ways.
To win with this case, you first have to set up the definitions. I would recommend using a portion of cross-examination time to see if your opponent may agree with a variation of these definitions or, at the very least, that globalism opens up cooperation with other countries.
Also, stay on your ground. This case is designed to be as simple and easy to understand as possible. If you run away from the framework of economics, you’ll likely lose the round. However, with good statistics to back up yourself up in rebuttals, and an ability to hold your turf, this case offers promise.
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