Debaters are thinking people. They think about the world. They think hard. Then they debate. But only after they've thought a lot. Here are some ways of thinking about common debating topics.
What are the rights and wrongs of abortion?
How do you get from unthinkable to acceptable to policy?
Do sanctions and boycotts work? Are they fair?
Does the UK monarchy make any sense?
Whose fault is when people do bad things? Theirs? Or society's?
Vaccines save lives, ours and other people's. Should it be against the law to refuse them?
Should society be closeknit, or open? Is freedom of choice more important than tradition? Which matters more, the community or the individual?
How should we run the economy? An introduction to two key economic theories.
Which is better? Freedom to or freedom from?
An introduction to some of the key issues that arise when debating motions concerned with religion.
What democracy is and what it isn't; how it works; how it might work better.
What free speech is, and why it matters.
Written with authority, passion and wisdom, it will tell you everything you ever need to know about debating.
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