This case takes the conventional understanding of free versus fair trade and turns it on its head. We typically see fair trade portrayed as extending a helping hand towards the poor, ensuring responsible production. Buying fair trade coffee almost feels like donating to charity.
This case tells the familiar story of a middle class that’s dying at the hand of liberal economic policies. It takes its persuasive power from anecdotes that many judges can relate too. Your rhetoric doesn’t need to be flashy; the narrative sells itself.
This article is about applying the resolution to real life. When the judge receives your arguments, how will he compare them to what he has already seen and experienced? When he’s writing his ballot, the judge will tell himself a story about why one side deserves the vote. This article gives you the tools to ensure that in that story, your side is the hero, not the villain.
Most people want to believe in their country. Patriotism is powerful, and this brief shows how globalism is patriotic.
This brief epuips you with the tools to fight Imperialism examples no matter what side is running it and what they’re saying about it.