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What are the two primary ways to argue about impacts in the rebuttal?
In debate, offense is when someone makes arguments that score “points” for their particular side; whereas, defense is when someone makes arguments to prevent an opponent from making “points.”
The organization of the rebuttal must always follow the organization of the previous speeches.
Trying to convince a debate judge that you side has successfully argued more impacts in the round is known as:
__________________ are those arguments that are reasons for the judge to vote for you. __________________are those arguments that are reasons for the judge to vote against your opponent.