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Conservative Debate Handbook

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Conservative Debate Handbook
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Publisher: Prodigy
ISBN/ASIN: 0976791617

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This handbook is intended to instruct young Conservatives in the art of political debate: Not from the standpoint of participation in an Oxonian debating society, but from how best to demonstrate a clear advantage before a public gathering seeking direction rather than amusement.

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