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Resolved: Spain should grant Catalonia its independence

Arguments from Blake Updates  Introduction The January Public Forum resolution asks the question of whether or not Spain should grant Catalonia it independence. In this essay, I will review the key terms in the resolution, provide important background information, and discuss both Pro and Con arguments. The Resolution The resolution is very straightforward and I think there are only two potential controversies related to the wording. Spain. Spain simply refers

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Answering the International Athletes, F-1 Visa Argument (And a new spending answer)

[Millennial Speech & Debate Summer Workshops] [Millennial Online Training] [All Millennial PF Resources] Do you need more answers to arguments? Submit a request I heard that some debaters ate the Yale tournament are making the argument that if student athletes are treated as employees that foreign student athletes will not be able to play because foreign students are not allowed to work more than 20 hours per week and athletics

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Answers To Blocks you will need for NCAA sports topic

This is a list of “Answers To/A2” Blocks that you will need to be able to Con A2 Blocks A2: Exploitation/Students deserve payment A2: Students don’t graduate A2: Racism A2: Collective Bargaining good/labor movements A2: Health care A2: Corruption A2: Injury protection A2: Poverty A2: Economic autonomy/entrepreneurship A2 Sports Bad (Pro collapses sports J) A2: Entrepreneurship/Financial Literacy A2: Graduation rates low/graduation good A2: Relationship between universities and students primarily economic

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Resolved: NCAA student athletes ought to be recognized as employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act (introduction)

Annotated Bibliography  The Prohibitive Costs of Paying Student Athletes , “Answers to” Blocks You’ll Need, Answering the Pro’s Exploitation Argument, College Athletics as a Plantation System, *Introduction This resolution asks two questions – Should NCAA athletes (SA) be treated as employees and should they be treated as such under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)? The two questions are obviously related, but they are somewhat distinct, as athletes could be recognized

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Students Athletes as Employees: The Best Racism Card on the Topic?

McCormick & McCormick, 2010, Robert A. McCormick, Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law, B.A., Michigan State University, 1969; J.D., University of Michigan, 1973, Amy Christian McCormick, Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law, B.S.B.A., Georgetown University, 1988; J.D., Harvard Law School, 1Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law, Major College Sports: A Modern Apartheid, https://digitalcommons.law.msu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1408&context=facpubs Major college sports in the United States flourish on the