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Prison Abolition Affirmative and Negative (Amar Adam)

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Prison Abolition Affirmative and Negative (Amar Adam)

Amar Adam Amar Adam is Assistant Debate Coach at the University of Kentucky, one of the premier college debate programs in the United States and home of the Tournament of Champions. He currently coaches the top-ranked team in the United States. Over the past 5 years, Amar has had an impressive record of accomplishments in college debate as both a student and a coach. As a student, he captained the University of

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CLS and Legal Reforms — Files, Citations

Butler — Yale Law Journal — The critique of rights has evolved to many sets of critiques.55 One description on a website curated by a group of legal theorists who teach or have taught at Harvard Law School summarizes five basic elements: (1) The discourse of rights is less useful in securing progressive social change than liberal theorists and politicians assume. (2) Legal rights are in fact indeterminate and incoherent.

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Bibliography: The United States federal government should enact substantial criminal justice reform in the United States in one or more of the following:

The United States federal government should enact substantial criminal justice reform in the United States in one or more of the following: forensic science, policing, sentencing Websites — Liberal Criminal Justice Reform Equal Justice Initiative  Marshall Project ACLU General Reforming Expansive Crime Control & Sentencing Legislation in an Era of Mass Incarceration: a National and Cross-national Study (Fall 2019). This article is an excellent overview of all of the major

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Arms Sales Topic Updates

Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran all threaten the US Popescu, April, 15, 2020, Dr. Ionut Popescu is an assistant professor of political science at Texas State University and an officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. He is the author of Emergent Strategy and Grand Strategy: How American Presidents Succeed in Foreign Policy (Johns Hopkins, 2017). The opinions expressed here are entirely his own, and do not represent the views of the

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To Consult or Not to Consult: On the Theoretical Legitimacy of the Consultation Counterplan

Ryan Galloway is the Director of Debate at Samford University. One of the most well respected coaches and judges in the country, Galloway won the 2013 Ziegemueller coach of the year award at the National Debate Tournament. He has also judged the final round of the NDT a record eight times and was named the third best judge of the 2000-2010 decade. He has coached several NDT qualifiers, and has

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How to Win A Tournament — Dave Arnett

Dave Arnett is the Director of Debate at the University of Kentucky. Before arriving at Kentucky, Dave was the Director of Debate at UC Berkeley for twelve years. On 14 occasions, his teams have been ranked in the top 16 (US), including 10 top five teams, and 3 overall number one rankings. His teams have won almost every major college tournament in the US including Dartmouth, Harvard, Northwestern, and Wake Forest. He

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Consult NATO Counterplan Essay (Dan Shalmon 1998)

Someone asked me if I still had the old Consult NATO essay that Dan Shalmon wrote in 1998.  I do!   By Dan Shalmon, University of California at Berkeley (1998) Introduction The NATO founding Treaty requires consultation between the allied partners. Relevant parts of the treaty that speak to the importance of consultation include: “The Parties will contribute toward the further development of peaceful and friendly international relations by strengthening their free institutions, by bringing