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The 2001 NFL L-D Topic Master List

From the National Forensic League

     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.

Resolved: The right of an individual to emigrate ought to be valued above a nation's right to limit immigration.

Resolved: When In conflict, equal treatment under the law ought to take precedence over the exercise of prosecutorial discretion.

Resolved: Hate crime warrants additional punishment.

Resolved: In the United States, business monopolies ought to be allowed to operate free of antitrust regulation.

Resolved: The public's right to know ought to be valued above the right to privacy of candidates for public office.

Resolved : On balance, violent revolution is a just response to oppression.

Resolved: When they are in conflict, alleviation of a pressing social concern justifies governmental infringement of a patent right.

Resolved: Decentralized governmental power ought to be a fundamental goal of democratic society.

Resolved: The possession of nuclear weapons is immoral.

Resolved: A lesser developed nation's right to develop ought to take priority over its obligation to protect the environment.

 

 

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