Released: Filed Under: NSDA Lincoln-Douglas
As a bonus to NSDA LD members, this re-release for the Nov/Dec NSDA resolution was taken from the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA) in 2006. In this case, the authors effectively shows us that the path to Democracy is an informed citizenry. She argues that an informed public is a necessary condition for free Democracy. Her value and criterion impact the resolution in very direct ways. No problem there!
Notice also the elegant closure in her conclusion that connects her judge back to her initial quote, and her thesis statement.
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