Summary: This case was repurposed from a 2007 sourcebook case from Red Book.
Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas
This article was written by Season 12 author Karyn Louritt.
This case was repurposed from a 2007 sourcebook case from Red Book. The resolution in NCFCA then was Resolved: That the United States of America ought to more highly value isolationism. For that entire year, students needed to uphold a value that many today find somewhat indefensible.
The case uses isolationism as a value to be upheld, but weighs it with the criterion of National Sovereignty. Watch how the author leverages this argument to eventually affirm the resolution. In the end, the position is persuasive and turns your idea toward isolationism into a favorable perspective.
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