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This is a multiple answer question, so mark all parts of a disadvantage
Debate scenario: the affirmative is defending the construction of a high-speed rail system in California. You are the leader of opposition and want to argue that such a plan will result in a disadvantage of the California government kicking poor people off of their land to make room for the project. You have all the parts of this disadvantage, but they are in the wrong order. Place the disadvantage in the following order: 1. uniqueness, 2. link, 3. internal link, 4. impact
Debate scenario: the resolution is “The United States should substantially increase investment in desalination.” You don’t know what the affirmative is going to argue, but you have enough information to compose a disadvantage that applies to most cases. Place the disadvantage in the following order: 1. uniqueness, 2. link, 3. internal link, 4. impact.