Summary: This is a contention-centric case which divides the benefits of national service into two categories: moral and practical.
Released: Filed Under: NSDA Lincoln-Douglas
About "Net Benefits (NEG)"
This is a contention-centric case which establishes a framework of negative presumption via resolutional analyses to de-link numerous generic affirmative arguments to focus the judge’s attention on a tripartite contention-level analysis. It divides the benefits of national service into two categories: moral and practical.
Following that distinction, it argues that there is no moral value in compulsory action, and that coercion attenuates the practical impact of human actions.
Finally, it argues that due to the reduced value of compulsory national service, the value of affirming the resolution is outweighed by the imposition of stringent restrictions on human freedom.
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