Government Obligation can be a tricky argument, especially on the affirmative. After all, all the negative has to do is turn ‘necessary regulations’ into ‘red tape’ and the judge is almost always immediately turned off. So, why is it the government’s obligation to put more regulations in place, rather than letting the market run its own course? That is the focus of this brief.
Is there any way to combat the child labor argument? Fortunately, the answer is yes. In fact, there are several ways to take down this argument. This brief addresses some of those.
This brief explains that if justice is the best standard, then values such as peace, human rights, purpose of government and protection of citizens become secondary.
There are a few problems with the social contract theory that you can exploit in the round.
This brief gives you arguments to counter Pearl Harbor as an application.