[eDebate] question

Josh jbhdb8
Thu Jun 21 20:20:56 CDT 2007

See subverting Democracy argument, see fairness argument (topic + more cases
= unfair work),


On 6/21/07, Kevin Sanchez <let_the_american_empire_burn at hotmail.com> wrote:
> if a team sent a letter to every school involved in debate which not only
> informed all possible opponents that their team intends to talk about
> genocide in the congo but also included a complete copy of their
> affirmative
> case, what justification would a judge have to vote against such an
> affrimative on topicality?
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