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No First Use Demo Debate


Resolved: The United States should adopt a declaratory nuclear policy of no first use (Free Daily Updates)

These files are available to our subscribers — $20/year for a student and $100/year for a school.  Schools can add up to 100 users. These updates are free to all registered users. Diplomacy with North Korea will fail Hulsman, 11-27, 20, Dr. John C. Hulsman is president and managing partner of John C. Hulsman Enterprises, a global political-risk consulting firm headquartered in Milan, Germany and London. A life member of


Resolved: The United States should adopt a declaratory nuclear policy of no first use (bibliography)

Amisha’s reading list — key articles This reading list has key articles that can be used to understand the core arguments in the debate. “No First Use” and Nuclear Weapons This article is a good review of US First Use declaratory policy and the pros and cons Pro — The Overwhelming Case for No First Use.  This is a great 2020 article that makes a strong case for No First Use Pro


Medicare for All Daily Update (Free With Registration) (115+ free cards)

Congress can fiat spending on anything it wants Dr. Stephanie Kelton, 2020, Stephanie Kelton is an American economist and academic. She is currently a professor at Stony Brook University[1] and a Senior Fellow at the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School for Social Research[2]. She was formerly a professor at the University of Missouri–Kansas City.[3] She also served as an advisor to Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential


Resolved: The United States federal government should enact the Medicare-For-All Act of 2019 (Bibliography)

Keywords Medicare for All Sanders Plan Background The Bill This bill establishes a national health insurance program that is administered by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Among other requirements, the program must (1) cover all U.S. residents; (2) provide for automatic enrollment of individuals upon birth or residency in the United States; and (3) cover items and services that are medically necessary or appropriate to maintain health


Charter Schools Daily Update

Download all of our free PF resources Studies showing benefits of charter schools are not statistically significant PR Newswire,. June 9, 2020,, Reports Claiming Charter-School Benefits Hampered by Methodological Issues BOULDER, Colo., June 9, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Two recent reports attempt to tease out some less-studied charter-school impacts. One asks whether levels of student misbehavior range lower in Pennsylvania charter schools compared with traditional public schools. The second asks