In policy debate, which is a form of argument competition, a case, sometimes known as plan, is a textual advocacy presented, in form of speech, by the affirmative team as a normative or "should" statement; it is generally presented in the First Affirmative Constructive (1AC). A case will often include either the resolution or a rephrasing of it.

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  • In policy debate, which is a form of argument competition, a case, sometimes known as plan, is a textual advocacy presented, in form of speech, by the affirmative team as a normative or "should" statement; it is generally presented in the First Affirmative Constructive (1AC). A case will often include either the resolution or a rephrasing of it. The case is the advocacy established by the affirmative in the First affirmative constructive speech, often constructed around the support of a policy recommendation known as the affirmative plan. While the 1AC defines the parameters for the bulk of an affirmative's argument, the term "case" can be used to cover the entirety of the affirmative argument more broadly, referring, for instance, to additional advantages, counter-arguments, or rebuttal evidence that might be introduced in later speeches (if at all). (en)
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  • In policy debate, which is a form of argument competition, a case, sometimes known as plan, is a textual advocacy presented, in form of speech, by the affirmative team as a normative or "should" statement; it is generally presented in the First Affirmative Constructive (1AC). A case will often include either the resolution or a rephrasing of it. (en)
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