UVA 2007 Finals: W&M / NYU v. Yale A

Link to Audio Source Case: Should you pull the plug on the Stanford prison experiment? Opp said yes. Government: W&M / NYU PM: Tore DeBella MG: Chris Daubert Opposition: Yale A LO: Matthew Wansley MO: Matthew Wansley [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]W&M / NYU won.[/expand]

Smith 2006 Quarterfinals: Harvard BC v. MIT A

Case: Carter shouldn’t have pulled the US from the 1980 Moscow Olympics in response the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Government: Harvard BC PM: Piotr Brezinski MG: Zach Cafritz Opposition: MIT A LO: Adam Groce MO: Michelle Zimmermann [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Harvard BC won.[/expand]

Williams 2007 Finals: MIT FG v. Brown / Smith Hybrid

Case: Should prisoners on death row be eligible for organ transplants? Opp said no. Government: MIT FG PM: Adam Groce MG: Linda Fang Opposition: Brown / Smith Hybrid LO: Trevor Gleason MO: Lily Lamboy [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]MIT FG won.[/expand] Thanks to Adam Goldstein, for filming and donating this recording. Mirror Link

Swarthmore 2007 Quarterfinals: Yale CM v. Princeton A

Case: The US government has the authority to interfere in religious discrimination in housing practices among the Pueblo tribe; should they intervene? Opp chose no. Government: Yale CM PM: Adam Chilton MG: Grant May Opposition: Princeton A LO: Mike Reilly MO: Dave Kwasniewski [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Yale CM won.[/expand]

Hopkins 2006 Finals: Princeton / Yale v. Harvard BC

Case: Commercial adoption should be permissible. Government: Princeton / Yale PM: Mike Reilly MG: Matthew Wansley Opposition: Harvard BC LO: Zach Cafritz MO: Mike Birnbaum [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Harvard BC won.[/expand] Thanks to Mike Specian, for filming, editing, and donating this recording. This round is part of a more extensive collection available for purchase here:http://www.pha.jhu.edu/~mspecian/for_sale.html […]

Harvard 2006 Finals: Yale CW v. MIT A

Case: Liberal democracies who have the means to do so should pay for a means-tested right to emigration. Government: Yale CW PM: Matthew Wansley MG: Adam Chilton Opposition: MIT A LO: Adam Groce MO: Michelle Zimmermann [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Yale CW won.[/expand] Mirror Link

Fordham 2006 Semifinals: Tiara Girls v. MIT A

Case: Roper v Simmons was wrongly decided. (The Supreme Court held that the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments forbid the execution of offenders who were under the age of 18 when their crimes were committed.) Government: Tiara Girls PM: Tore DeBella MG: Shauro Bagchi Opposition: MIT A LO: Adam Groce MO: Michelle Zimmermann [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” […]