Summary: This brief epuips you with the tools to fight Imperialism examples no matter what side is running it and what they’re saying about it.
Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas
About "Imperialism (OPP)"
By this point in the competitive season you’ve probably noticed that under this resolution, you can easily use an application as an example of nationalism in one round, then turn around and use that same application as globalism in the next. Imperialism is one of those applications. I’ve seen it used on both Aff and Neg, portrayed both as good and bad. In this brief, I want to equip you with the tools to fight Imperialism examples no matter what side is running it and what they’re saying about it.
If they’re arguing Imperialism is a bad thing, they’re probably right. So, the best strategy for you is to explain how the evils of Imperialism tie to their side of the resolution, not yours. This briefs shows you how to tie imperialism both to nationalism and globalism, so you’ll be equipped to turn the application to either side.
If they claim that Imperialism is a good and successful example of their side, they’re wrong. Imperialism has caused a lot of harm to a lot of people. With this brief, you’ll be able to show the judge just that, thus proving that the opposing side cannot be trusted, while your side can.
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