November NSA PRO Analysis is Published!

It’s that time again! Debate Central is proud to publish our “PRO” analysis of the November public forum topic, Resolved: The benefits of domestic surveillance by the NSA outweigh the harms.  You can find it below the fold!


November – NSA ‘Pro’ Outline

As always, if you have any questions or would like a free case critique, let us know in the comments or on the Facebook group. If you prefer, you can also e-mail our experts or request a free case critique by e-mailing lauren (dot) sabino (at) ncpa (dot) org! Good luck this season!

About Lauren Sabino

Lauren Sabino is the Director of Youth Programs at the National Center for Policy Analysis. She currently administrates Debate Central, the largest free online debate resource.
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9 Responses to November NSA PRO Analysis is Published!

  1. Nainika Paul says:

    Would you be willing to look at my partners and my cases to see if they are any good? (its the November 2013 PF topic)How long would it take?

  2. Lacey says:

    This is a wonderful article. I am looking to use data presented here in a research paper of mine. Who is the author of the outline? I would like to give credit to the person deserving of it. Thank you very much!

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      I am thrilled to hear you found this article helpful! The author of this piece is Lauren Sabino, former Director of Youth Programs at the National Center for Policy Analysis. Any outside information incorporated should be cited within the paper itself. I hope that helps!

      • Lacey says:

        Thank you very much, Rachel! I appreciate your help! I am so glad I found this article; I know it’ll be a wonderful aid to my paper. Again, thank you for the information regarding Lauren Sabino.

  3. Shannon says:

    I too am using this information for a pager I’m writing. In an attempt to cite sources I’m having an issue locating the publication date for this. Can you please let me know what that would be?

  4. Grace says:

    Hi! I know this was published in 2013 but I can’t access the link anymore and was wondering if you still had it?


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