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2020 NSDA Nationals Lincoln-Douglas: Intergenerational Accumulation of Wealth

2020 NSDA Nationals Lincoln-Douglas: Intergenerational Accumulation of Wealth

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Big Sky Debate is pleased to release its 2020 NSDA Nationals Lincoln- Douglas resources on intergenerational accumulation of wealth!

The resolution, released by the National Speech and Debate Association on May 1, 2020, is:

Resolved: The intergenerational accumulation of wealth is antithetical to democracy.

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Intergenerational Accumulation of Wealth Index

META 

  • NO ECONOMIC PHILOSOPHY IN THE US CONSTITUTION 

AFFIRMATIVE

  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER BAD: IGT IS CONNECTED TO CONCENTRATION OF WEALTH 
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER BAD: TRANSFER IS UNEQUAL
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER BAD: HURTS SOCIAL COHESION
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER BAD: PRIVILEGES AND POWER PASS DOWN
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER BAD: THE RICH STAY RICH
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER HURTS DEMOCRACY: WE CAN’T HAVE CONCENTRATION AND DEMOCRACY 
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER HURTS DEMOCRACY: POLITICAL DECISIONS IMPACT POLICIES ABOUT KEEPING WEALTH 
  • WEALTH-FRIENDLY POLICIES BAD: = CONCENTRATION OF WEALTH 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: HURTS DEMOCRACY 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: PERCEPTION OF SOCIAL MOBILITY KEY FOR DEMOCRACY 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: HURTS HEALTH OUTCOMES FOR THE POOR 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: WE SHOULD STRIVE FOR EQUAL SHARING OF OUR GOOD FORTUNE 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: HURTS GROWTH 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: HURTS OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP NEW BUSINESSES AND INDUSTRY 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH BAD: HURTS ALL ASPECTS OF ENGAGEMENT FOR THOSE IN POVERTY 
  • INEQUALITY INCREASING: GAPS ARE GETTING WIDER 
  • INEQUALITY INCREASING: MIDDLE CLASS DYING 
  • INEQUALITY INCREASING: RICH-POOR GAP BECOMING COMMUNITY GAPS 
  • INEQUALITY INCREASING: WEALTH CONCENTRATION THROUGH REAL ESTATE HAS DRIED UP 
  • A/T: TRICKLE DOWN, YO! 
  • A/T: WORK = WEALTH 
  • A/T: INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFERS ARE SPLIT BY SIBLINGS 
  • A/T: REDISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH BAD 

NEGATIVE 

  • PROTECTING WEALTH GOOD: PEOPLE WANT PROTECTION OF WEALTH 
  • PROTECTING WEALTH GOOD: WEALTH IS NOT A ZERO-SUM GAME 
  • DEMOCRACY: WEALTHY DON’T SHARE ONE POLITICAL VIEW 
  • DEMOCRACY: LOWER INCOMES DO NOT DENY POLITICAL POWER 
  • DEMOCRACY: WEALTH DOESN’T BUY ELECTIONS OR POWER 
  • DEMOCRACY: POLITICAL POWER DUE TO WEALTH DOESN’T CREATE INEQUALITY 
  • INHERITANCE NOT SIGNIFICANT 
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER OF WEALTH GOOD: INHERITANCE ≠ INEQUALITY 
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER OF WEALTH GOOD: PEOPLE EARN MONEY, NOT INHERIT IT 
  • INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSFER NOT A PROBLEM: PEOPLE EARN WEALTH 
  • CAPITALIST POLICIES HELP PULL PEOPLE OUT OF POVERTY 
  • CAPITALIST POLICIES HELP GROW THE ECONOMY 
  • POVERTY OVERSTATED: POVERTY HAS DECREASED DRAMATICALLY 
  • POVERTY IMPACT OVERSTATED: THE POOR CAN BE INTEGRATED IN DEMOCRACY 
  • WEALTH CONCENTRATION OVERSTATED: MOBILITY IS ALIVE AND WELL 
  • WEALTH CONCENTRATION OVERSTATED 
  • WEALTH CONCENTRATION OVERSTATED: US HAS SIGNIFICANT REDISTRIBUTION POLICIES 
  • WEALTH CONCENTRATION OVERSTATED: US HAS MASSIVE WELFARE PROGRAMS 
  • WEALTH CONCENTRATION OVERSTATED: AMERICA NOT IN A GILDED AGE 
  • WEALTH CONCENTRATION OVERSTATED: INEQUALITY ≠ POVERTY 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH GOOD: GAPS ARE OVERSTATED; REPORTS OF POVERTY BIASED/INCORRECT 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH GOOD: RICH/POOR GAPS AREN’T A PROBLEM 
  • CONCENTRATED WEALTH GOOD: EVEN IF THERE IS A CONCENTRATION OF POWER, THOSE IN POWER ARE OBLIGATED TO PROTECT ALL 
  • A/T: WE MUST INCREASE REDISTRIBUTION POSTURES