A ballot with the following topics will be published In the
September Rostrum. The results of the balloting will
determine the 2001 Lincoln-Douglas topics: January-February, 2001
(3rd choice), March-April, 2001 (2nd choice), Nationals, 2001 (1st
choice), September-October, 2000, (5th choice), and
November-December, 2000 (4th choice). And you always wondered how
they did it.
The right of an individual to emigrate ought to be valued above a
nation's right to limit immigration.
When In conflict, equal treatment under the law ought to take
precedence over the exercise of prosecutorial discretion.
Hate crime warrants additional punishment.
In the United States, business monopolies ought to be allowed to
operate free of antitrust regulation.
The public's right to know ought to be valued above the right to
privacy of candidates for public office.
: On balance, violent revolution is a just response to
When they are in conflict, alleviation of a pressing social
concern justifies governmental infringement of a patent right.
Decentralized governmental power ought to be a fundamental goal
of democratic society.
The possession of nuclear weapons is immoral.
A lesser developed nation's right to develop ought to take
priority over its obligation to protect the environment.