This is one of the best written Public Forum resolutions that has been produced.
It is a bit biased in favor of the Pro, as it is hardtop generate offensive reasons why background checks are bad, in spite of the difficulty in proving they will be especially effective.
In this essay, I will discuss the most important terms of the resolution, review the Pro arguments, and discuss the Con arguments. I do have some strong suggestions for offensive arguments, though they require a bit of creativity.
United States. The term “Untied States” obviously refers to this country, but it is important to note that in this resolution that it refers to an actor – The “United States” as the agent of action; the entity that should promote the background checks.
This is significant because there is a disagreement as to whether or not the “United States” in this context would mean the United