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The United States is violating its Constitution to fight in a war that increases the threat of terrorism and contributes to one of the largest humanitarian crises in the world.
Doesn’t sound like the best policy, does it? With this case, your goal is to make the judge feel the same way. By framing the status quo as having good intentions but bad results, you’ll connect with the judge and show them why the United States’ policy toward terrorism – in this case, terrorism in Yemen – ought to be reformed.
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Rebecca Sumner has been debating for four years. She has qualified for team policy debate at NITOC for three years in a row. All three times, the qualification came within the first three tournaments.