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Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas
About "Government Obligation"
Government Obligation can be a tricky argument, especially on the affirmative. After all, all the negative has to do is turn ‘necessary regulations’ into ‘red tape’ and the judge is almost always immediately turned off. So, why is it the government’s obligation to put more regulations in place, rather than letting the market run its own course? That is the focus of this brief.
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Taylor Belyeu is a high school senior entering her seventh year of speech and debate. She has competed in both styles of debate, as well as Apologetics, Impromptu, Extemp, Persuasive and Informative speaking, and has qualified to the Regional level in all categories. She has also qualified to nationals three years in Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and two years in Apologetics.