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Stoa will run two LD resolutions next year, and Red Book is all over it:
Resolved: When in conflict, an individual’s freedom of speech should be valued above a community’s moral standards. Resolved: In the United States federal jurisprudence, the letter of the law ought to have priority over the spirit of the law.
Are you preparing to compete in the 2014-2015 school year for Lincoln-Douglas debate in Stoa? Then Red Book is for you. This sourcebook comes complete with instructional chapters, spotlight cases that espouse the spirt of the resolution, and a fall addendum chock full of cases and briefs to help launch you into your year of debate. Lincoln-Douglas debaters who own Red Book are able to run top-quality cases, as well as attack cases that come their way when they negate the resolution.
Red Book is the longest-lasting Lincoln-Douglas debate sourcebook. Since 2001, champion debaters and coaches have been leading the pack with foundational cases that can be run by any debater throughout the year. Every Lincoln-Douglas debater can trust Red Book -- MONEY BACK GUARANTEED!
What comes with your order of Red Book:
Foundational chapters establishing guidelines for your Lincoln-Douglas strategy.
Resolutional articles written by champions LD debaters, all set to bring clarity to the year's resolutions.
Four foundational cases with much deeper explanation than previous Red Books.
An October 1 digital addendum of more cases, adding up to at least 12 foundational cases that may be used right away in a debate round.
Rebuttal briefs ready to counter each case throughout the debate.
Table of Contents:
Initial Release (August 1, 2014)
Section 1: Foundational
Chapter 1: The Lincoln-Douglas Debate Round
Chapter 2: Values & Criteria
Chapter 3: How to Write a Case
Chapter 4: Argumentation
Chapter 5: Cross-Examination
Section 2: Resolutional
"When in Conflict" by Noah Gray
"Freedom of Speech" by Emily Erickson
"Community's Moral Standards" by Rebekah Vehrs
"Philosophical Core" by Matthew Erickson
"Historic Applications" by Phillip Allevato
"Bringing the Aff Together"
"Bringing the Neg Together"
Section 3: Cases
Resolution #1 • Aff • "Your Right to Say It" by Emily Erickson
Resolution #1 • Aff • "Aesop didn't get Thrown off a Cliff so You Could Vote Negative" by Noah Gray
Resolution #1 • Aff • "The Language of Tyranny" by Jewel Soiland
Resolution #1 • Aff • "Using the Right 'Right'" by Zack Seals