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Woodrow Wilson Debate Argument

You are required to start one “new” posting for each debate argument (i.e., one for the YES position and one for the NO position. One of two kinds of comments is expected, either: (1) a request for clarification (comment), or (2) the asking of a specific question, regarding the Position Statement. (See below for an explanation of each).
CLARIFICATION (comment): If a student is uncertain on a point, counterpoint, interpretation of data, a study, or any other portion of a presentation, the student in the audience can ask for clarification. Be specific! Whoever is explaining the concept or supporting member on the team should clear the problem up for the student as a teacher would do in any class.
QUESTION: Questioning is appropriate when a student is disturbed by an answer or has data counter to or can expand upon a position taken by a debate team.
Be sure to lay a “foundation” to your question or comment! In other words, give some background to your question or comment. Do not just “ask” a question or make a comment; what is the basis for your question. Provide a citation or URL if you can so the debaters (and the rest of the class) can see for themselves. Again, this is NOT about your opinion, but your research.
Assignment: Respond to the papers below with the above criteria.
Paper 1: Our issue: Was Woodrow Wilson Responsible for the Failure of the U.S. to Join the League of Nations?

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