Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Policy
About "Repeal AUMF"
The Aff plan repeals the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) in hopes of ending unnecessary wars and restoring congressional power. But while the Aff plan may be a good political talking point, it isn’t realistic.
The disadvantages of repealing the AUMF are numerous. This download provides evidence for all the details.
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For the past 4 years Naomi competed in Policy and Lincoln-Douglas debate in NCFCA, consistently winning awards and qualifying to nationals in both categories. She also enjoyed doing Parliamentary debate in Stoa and forensics through the Wisconsin State league. Her love of research transcends the world of competitive debate, and she looks forward to studying political science and economics at Truman State University this fall.