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Are many of the "Big Issues" on Debate.org really just yes or no questions?

  • There are none

    Only way to answer is thought putting yes or no on the website. So just by have a yes or no they made buttons to answer with. So the website is only yes or no arguments. So this is why It's a yes and no because there are only two buttons

  • There are none

    Only way to answer is thought putting yes or no on the website. So just by have a yes or no they made buttons to answer with. So the website is only yes or no arguments. So this is why It's a yes and no because there are only two buttons

  • There are none

    Only way to answer is thought putting yes or no on the website. So just by have a yes or no they made buttons to answer with. So the website is only yes or no arguments. So this is why It's a yes and no because there are only two buttons

  • Many Big Issues On Debate.org Yes or No Questions

    Yes, much like this question, many of the "big issues" on Debate.org are really just yes or no questions. When a question is presented in this sort of way, it becomes very difficult to have a meaningful conversation about it, and Debate.org is certainly guilty of having many questions like this one.

  • There are none

    Only way to answer is thought putting yes or no on the website. So just by have a yes or no they made buttons to answer with. So the website is only yes or no arguments. So this is why It's a yes and no because there are only two buttons

  • Always Gray Areas

    The positions start out as "yes" or "no" questions, but really there are gray areas in every debate on the website. There are no right or wrong answers, just different opinions. The big issues are just that--important issues facing contemporary society such as crime, hunger, war, famine, ethnic cleansing, religion, etc. The big issues will be big until they are fully accepted by most of society.


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