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About "Individual Rights"
This case packs a lot of information, which could potentially make it too long. It’s four pages, designed to give ideas for your case. However, four pages is quite a bit to cover. Make sure to time yourself and cut as necessary. #2. Impact, impact, impact. Constantly remind your judges of your thesis. Your case should be the most important issue in the round. Don’t throw it under the bus in the attempt to tear the affirmative case apart. #3. Be aggressive with the value. You’ve got to mean it. Do not try to half-heartedly sneak it in. Fight on your grounds, have fun, and God bless.
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As a native Coloradan senior with almost six years of experience, Thomas has been in the top 8 competitor positions well over 50 times, winning numerous awards in both speech and debate. Out of more than 1800 competitors nationwide, he has consistently presided in the top 2% of speechranks listings. When he’s not working on speech and debate, you can find him studying Christian theology, composing music, drinking smooth coffee, or belting out lines from theater productions.