In this download author Nathaniel Arroyave lays out a negative brief on why fair trade is ineffective by addressing the inherent practical flaws within fair trade and Fairtrade’s setup itself.
Fair Trade is based on the idea that farmers should be paid a wage proportional to the work and product they produce. One major sponsor of this on an international scale is the Fairtrade Foundation. In this brief, we’ll be discussing the benefits that Fairtrade incurs to the world at large as well as the farmers involved.
DNA Evidence is a staple of criminal courts and law enforcement, and as such, must be addressed on the Affirmative. The Negative will likely cite DNA evidence in cases where it was obtained in a manner that violated someone’s privacy. This brief serves to justify this intrusion.
Carpenter v. United States has become an increasingly popular application on the Negative, and sees a great likelihood of becoming a staple Negative application as the season continues. Though this may seem like an airtight example of protecting privacy, a closer examination shows us more than a few problems with this application.
The Negative will want to limit free trade to only nice and pretty and moral things. You want to show the morally bankrupt potential of free trade without the moral boundaries that fair trade offers.