Summary: In a world where racial division is an undeniably prevalent concept, regardless of what the judge personally believes, xenophobia is too polarizing and extreme of a “buzzword” to be ignored.
Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas
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In a world where racial division is an undeniably prevalent concept, regardless of what the judge personally believes, xenophobia is too polarizing and extreme of a “buzzword” to be ignored. The negative philosophy behind this value system implants a dangerous idea in the judge’s mind: that the affirmative is necessarily driven by irrational fear of “outsiders.”
You cannot allow the negative to gain any such ground. This brief has all the building blocks required to construct an in-depth and well-supported response to xenophobia: your job now is to draw the links between your affirmative philosophy and pre-researched support to these responses. The main key to this brief is in your definition of nationalism: closely examine it and ensure that it supports a “positive” mindset – one that supports building a nation up, rather than tearing others down.
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