Summary: This case was written as a counter-pick for affirmative cases that equate government and individual obligation. That assumption is very difficult to defend, and your meta-framework should blow it away easily.
Released: Filed Under: NSDA Lincoln-Douglas
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This case was written as a counter-pick for affirmative cases that equate government and individual obligation. That assumption is very difficult to defend, and your meta-framework should blow it away easily.
This case is fairly wordy; unless you have very little else to say, you should run just the first contention applications. Vietnam can be argued as military assistance, not development assistance, so go with Egypt.
This case rises and falls on your meta-framework and reasons to prefer. Fight for them! If you can carry them with momentum, the affirmative case will collapse with minimum extra effort on your part.
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