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Libertarian Market Policy Would Not Allocate Resources Effectively

Erik_Erikson
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The resolution is: "Libertarian Market Policy Would Not Allocate Resources Effectively".Assumptions:(1). "[Libertarianism is a] political philosophy advocating only minimal state intervention in the lives of citizens. Its adherents believe that private morality is not the state’s affair, and that therefore activities such as drug use and prostitution that arguably harm no one but the participants should not be illegal."--http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/libertarianism(2). "...

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7 Comments
Updated 8 Years Ago

The Minimum Wage

LaissezFaire
Logic_on_rails

Resolved: On balance, the minimum wage is beneficial to society. BOP is shared--Pro must show that the minimum wage is beficial overall to win, and I must show that it is harmful overall to win. 1st round for acceptance....

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ODT: Pollution--Rothbardian Property Rights vs. Mainstream Decreasing Negative Externalities

Wallstreetatheist
LaissezFaire

Rules1. Debates must be 4 rounds. 1st round is acceptance, definitions, and clarifications.2. 72 hour debate rounds3. 8k character limits4. 1 week voting period5. All debates must be headed with ODT (Official DDO Tournament)---Ex: ODT: Global Warming is Awesome6. The first forfeit in any round of the debate, forfeits the entire debate for that debater.Resolution: Better sollution to polution: Rothbardian Property Rights vs. Mainstream Decreasing of Negative Externalities.Pro argues for RPR...

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Updated 9 Years Ago

Nature vs. Nurture: "Rationality"

mark.marrocco
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Resolution: Pro will argue that, on balance, environment is more important than genes in the development of rationality. Con will argue for the opposite position.Definitions:Rationality: The combination of intelligence and conscientiousness.Intelligence: "the ability to learn or understand, or to deal with new or trying situations and/or the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment, or to think abstractly as measured by objective criteria (as tests.)" Here: http://www.merriam-w...

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Subsidizing STEM Education

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bluesteel

Resolution: The United States should subsidize college students with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) majors. BOP is shared. 1st Round for Acceptance....

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Updated 9 Years Ago
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