Free Evidence: Nuclear Power Aff- Full File

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Many of you are still searching for the perfect affirmative case to run on this year’s 2014-2015 policy debate topic, Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its non-military exploration and/or development of the Earth’s oceans. Today, we’re going to help you get prepped by sharing our FULL affirmative file for our nuclear power aff case. Download it now!


The file comes complete with a fully formatted 1AC, plus 2AC extensions and topicality frontlines. Click the link below to get it:


Nuclear Power Aff


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9 Responses to Free Evidence: Nuclear Power Aff- Full File

  1. alec says:

    what format is this in as i can not get the aff in a readable format

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Hi Alec, the file is formatted as a Word document, so that it will remain editable in case you want to change anything. If you don’t have Microsoft Office on your computer, you may want to download one of the open source programs available that can open .doc files. Or, you can email me at Rachel (dot) Stevens (at), and I will send you a PDF copy. I hope that helps!

  2. Andy says:

    I have word and am also not able to get this file in a readable format.

    • Rachel Stevens says:

      Hi Andy, please send Rachel [dot] stevens [at] an email and I will try to send it to you directly. Anyone else having problems is welcome to do the same thing 🙂

    • jo says:

      Would you please send a readable format to me, as well?
      Do you have a negative LD case on the UIL topic of threatening speech that you would be willing to share? Thanks!

      • Rachel Stevens says:

        Absolutely, I will send it. We do not currently have a case written for the UIL topic, but I would like to produce one at some point. I will send it to you if that becomes possible.

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