Released: Filed Under: Stoa Lincoln-Douglas
About "Quality of Life (AFF)"
We Americans live in a country built by immigrants. And in a day and age when mass immigration is occurring worldwide, it’s important that we welcome newcomers while seeking to preserve the unity of our country. That may sound like two conflicting goals, but this case seeks to show that we can in fact have the best of both worlds.
The true measure of any successful culture is its ability to enhance the wellbeing of its citizens. The central message of this case is that the integration that comes from assimilation of a culture is the best way to improve the quality of the lives of not only the immigrants but the natives as well.
When you run this case, really try to put the judge in the shoes of the people you’re talking about. This resolution really deals with the subjective, personal experiences of individual people. If you can capitalize on that by using specific, emotional appeals in addition to the cold, hard evidence, you will be incredibly persuasive.
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