November/December 2013 Lincoln-Douglas Brief
Resolved: In the United States criminal justice system, truth-seeking ought to take precedence over attorney-client privilege.
Our November/December 2013 Lincoln-Douglas Brief is 261 pages long and includes in-depth Topic Analyses by Michael Fried, Brian Hodge, Paige MacKenzie, and Josh Roberts, 200+ cards, Framework suggestions, and more!
Our briefs for Lincoln-Douglas Debate are fundamentally different than other available files. Lincoln-Douglas Debate has a wide variety of styles and argumentative approaches, and we want to help students understand all angles of topical discussion. Our briefs provide both traditional and progressive style analyses and argumentation to ensure that every debater is well prepared, no matter what style they follow. Each brief includes five topic analyses from coaches and debate alumni with a variety of perspectives. Following this, we provide you with basic and advanced frameworks to help you achieve an understanding of the plethora of approaches to the topic. We believe that our briefs will provide you with the most developed understanding of every topic and every perspective.
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