THE 2018-19 LINCOLN-DOUGLAS
MASTER CASE POWERHOUSE

This is not a brief. This is a fully-loaded, lined-down, ready-to-read Case Powerhouse,
with literally 40+ Tournament of Champions-level cases on every possible 2018-19 LD Debate topic.
Be prepared for anything this season.
Roll up to tournaments with an absolutely stacked arsenal of cases.
Beat prep-outs and win more rounds with this exclusive master file from The Value Criterion.
2018-19 Master Case Powerhouse
195.00

The only prep file of its kind. 200+ pages of lined-down, ready-to-read cases on every one of the 10 possible 2018-19 LD topics.

Your Case Powerhouse stats: 

  • 200+ pages of carded topical arguments

  • 40+ fully-loaded, TOC-level cases

  • 2 Aff and 2 Neg cases on every one of the 10 possible LD topics

See for yourself! Download your FREE sample file with our Table of Contents and 4 free cases on the 2018 TOC topics.

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This is the best (and probably only) LD Case Powerhouse file you will find anywhere.

  • EVERY TOPIC COVERED: 200+ pages and 40+ full cases. It won't even matter what the topic is because you will have multiple cases on both sides.

  • COMPREHENSIVE: From the moment you download it, this file will last you the entire season.

  • FOR IMMEDIATE USE: We lined down several hundred cards for you so that if the tournament were tomorrow, you would be ready to go.

  • EXTREMELY HIGH-QUALITY: Want to see what Tournament of Champions-level cases are like? Download the file.

Still not sure? Download the FREE sample file, with 4 free cases on the 2018 TOC topic.

 

Meet the writer!

 
  Nick Steele  (Stanford '20)  Nick is the 2016 Tournament of Champions in Lincoln Douglas debate. He has won or reached late elimination rounds of every major national tournament. He is an assistant coach at Harvard-Westlake and has coached several students to the TOC, including the champion of the Glenbrooks Invitational. He now attends Stanford University.

Nick Steele
(Stanford '20)

Nick is the 2016 Tournament of Champions in Lincoln Douglas debate. He has won or reached late elimination rounds of every major national tournament. He is an assistant coach at Harvard-Westlake and has coached several students to the TOC, including the champion of the Glenbrooks Invitational. He now attends Stanford University.