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Education Bibliography

Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its funding and/or regulation of elementary and/or secondary education in the United States. Websites  Trump  Six key federal policy areas to watch under Trump Big questions loom about how the 45th president and his team will handle this rapidly shifting landscape. Conservatives are eager for their best opportunity since the Reagan era to shrink the federal role in education and dramatically

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China Topic Introduction

[All China Resources] If you ask someone what the 2016-17 debate topic is, they will say the topic is “China.” They are right that the topic area is China, and since China is a country of one billion plus people that is becoming a leading global power and the US engages China in many different ways on a daily basis, China as a topic area is a fascinating one for

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New Kritik Links to Neoliberalism

This week I had a chance to read the new, Radical Intellectuals and the Subversion of Progressive Politics: The Betrayal of Politics, which is full of links to performance-style kritik Affs to the capitalism K. A sample is included below.   There are also a good number of additional cards in this file.  Since I haven’t finished carding it yet, I will continue to update the file. [wpfilebase tag=”file” id=1001] Identity

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Why Internet Fracturing/Data Localization and Internet Freedom Advantages are Terrible

[wpfilebase tag=”file” id=207] [wpfilebase tag=”file” id=43] Many cases written this summer argue that the United States must restrict mass surveillance of the Internet because such surveillance undermines US credibility on promoting privacy abroad, makes it likely that foreign companies and governments will not do business with US industry, and make it impossible for the US to promote “internet freedom,” which is supposedly critical to global freedom and problem solving. Furthermore,

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Debating Against the Weber State Drones Affirmative

[wpfilebase tag=”file” id=57] [wpfilebase tag=”file” id=58] Bibliography Weber State has turned out one of the first workshop cases – a drones Affirmative The plan says, “The United States federal government should prohibit warrantless use of domestic surveillance by unpiloted aerial vehicles.” This is the first solvency card – Jay Stanley and Catherine Crump, DECEMBER 2011, Protecting Privacy From Aerial Surveillance: Recommendations for Government Use of Drone Aircraft, American Civil Liberties

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The USA Freedom Act and the High School Debate Topic: Much Ado About Nothing

ALL SURVEILLANCE RESOURCES Considerable ink has been spilled about the recently passed USA Freedom Act that curtails the mass surveillance power of the United States federal government. The new law by requires the government now get a warrant to search call records databases that will now be maintained by private phone companies rather than the National Security Agency It is . . . This content is restricted to subscribers

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Biopower Related Definitions

“State of Exception” defined Clough & Willse, 2011, patricia ticineto clough and craig Willse (2011-10-01). Beyond Biopolitics: Essays on the Governance of Life and Death, page number at the end of card (Kindle Edition) Clough is a professor of sociology and women’s studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and Queens College of the City University of New York. Wilse completed a Ph.D. in the sociology