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Found 3 results

  1. If any novices would like, you can download my old textbook Debating Policies for free, or purchase my new textbook The "How to" of Debate. Just a quick question: I'm updating the How to (finishing this summer) and am wondering whether anyone would want a Kindle version?
  2. If any coaches would like, you can download my old textbook Debating Policies for free, or purchase my new textbook The "How to" of Debate. Just a quick question: I'm updating the How to (finishing this summer) and am wondering whether anyone would want a Kindle version for his or her team?
  3. Samferd

    LD jargon

    There are multitude of term in LD that get me caught off guard, and with no clear understanding of many of the terms it is difficult to participate in a theory/kritick debate. I have heard terms such as COI, RVI, FIAT, and ROB; without the understanding of these terms it is near impossible to combat them while not looking like a fool. Thus, it would be complementary if someone could provide as many terms and analysis of these terms as possible. Also, Im well familiar with terms in substance (traditional) debate so you can steer clear of them if you want. Thanks before hand .
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