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#[[Debate: Escalation of the War in Afghanistan under the Obama administration]] #[[Debate: Escalation of the War in Afghanistan under the Obama administration]]

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Debatepedia is being used as a special resource for the National Debate Series: Boston, to be held on November 10th, 6:30-10pm, at Boston University's Morse Auditorium. Debatepedia is supplying extensive resources for attendees and debaters to research the four topics that will be covered in the event. The event is being hosted by Brooks Lindsay, the Founder of Debatepedia, and his company Debatemedia Inc, as well as the political podcast Politalk. The four debate topics of the event are listed below with links to the corresponding pro/con resources on Debatepedia.

  1. Debate: Public health insurance option
  2. Debate: Gays in the US military ("Don't ask don't tell")
  3. Debate: Escalation of the War in Afghanistan under the Obama administration

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