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Plancentrism: Purpose-Driven Debate Theory

Plancentrism: Purpose-Driven Debate Theory

What must an affirmative team do to win a policy debate round? The affirmative should win if they convince the judge that the audience and the debaters are better off if the judge votes affirmative. Conversely, the negative should win if they convince the judge that...

A Guide to the 1AR Part I: Preparation

A Guide to the 1AR Part I: Preparation

The 1AR presents a unique challenge: responding to two speeches in one. It’s probably the most difficult speech to give in a debate round, but it can also be the most fun. I’ve been the 1AR for most of my time in debate, and it’s my favorite speech by far. Sure, I...

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