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1 +====First- ====
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4 +====Consequentialism the best political methodology====
5 +**Isaac 2** (Jeffrey, Professor of PoliSci @ Indiana-Bloomington, Director of the Center for the Study of Democracy and Public Life, PhD Yale, "Ends, Means, and Politics," Dissent Magazine Vol 49 Issue 2)
6 +As a result, the most important political questions are simply not asked. It
7 +AND
8 +not true believers. It promotes arrogance. And it undermines political effectiveness.
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11 +====VTL inev====
12 +**Frankl '46** (Holocaust Survivor) 46 (Victor Frankl, Professor of Neurology and Psychiatry at the University of Vienna, Man's Search for Meaning, 1946, p. 104)
13 +But I did not only talk of the future and the veil which was drawn
14 +AND
15 +to find us suffering proudly—not miserably—knowing how to die.
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18 +====Second- circumvention====
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21 +====Trump will find other ways to crack down and circumvent the aff- increases shifts to local policing ====
22 +Dickerson '17 ~~Caitlin Dickerson is a immigration reporter for the New York Times, was awarded a George Foster Peabody Award and an Edward R. Murrow Award for her investigative journalism, "Trump Administration Moves to Expand Deportation Dragnet to Jails," 8-21-17, https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/21/us/sheriffs-immigration-jails.html~~
23 +The Trump administration is working with like-minded sheriffs from around the country on
24 +AND
25 +worked hand in glove, sometimes leading to overzealous policing and racial profiling.
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28 +====Third- the aff is the status quo and disengagement emboldens fascism - need to weaponize the State for the benefit of the masses and resolve inequality- their method results in global a collection action problem and continues to cede the political to the radical Right====
29 +**Parvin and Saunders '18** (Phil Parvin and Ben Saunders, Res Publica, "The Ethics of Political Participation: Engagement and Democracy in the 21st Century", https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11158-017-9389-7, https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11158-017-9389-7, Volume 24, Issue 1, February 2018)
30 +Democracy today faces many challenges: increasing political inequality, the decline of widespread political
31 +AND
32 +specific contributions they make, to democratic decision making on the world stage.
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35 +====Legal engagement key – aff never solves – their solvency advocate ====
36 +**James P. Walsh 14, **Walsh studied at the University of Pennsylvania, "Watchful Citizens: Immigration Control, Surveillance and Societal Participation", 2014, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1556867
37 +Ultimately, as the Schriro Report acknowledges, the scale and severity of immigration custody
38 +AND
39 +with the "toughness" that has dominated immigration policy in recent years.
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42 +====Fourth- Corporatism DA====
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45 +====The anti-political stance of the neg establishes a political void that is immediately filled by free-market corporatism – ====
46 +Giroux & Bhattacharya'17 (Henry A. Giroux, University Professor for Scholarship in the Public Interest and Paulo Freire Distinguished Scholar in Critical Pedagogy at McMaster University, author of numerous books, including "America at War With Itself," "Dangerous Thinking in the Age of the New Authoritarianism" and "American Nightmare: Facing the Challenge of Fascism."Debaditya Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bhagini Nivedita College, University of Calcutta, "Anti-politics and the scourge of authoritarianism", Social Identities, 23:5, 503-517, 2017) MMW
47 +In the increasingly violent landscape of anti-politics, mediation disappears, dissent is
48 +AND
49 +rendering even more widespread feelings of loneliness, powerlessness, and existential dread.
50 +
51 +
52 +====Flynn goes negative- we need legal reformation and engagement and corporatism DA turn solvency====
53 +Matthew **Flynn,** Assistant Professor of Sociology and International Studies at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia, 20**15**, "Bureaucratic Capitalism and the Immigration Detention Complex", PDF
54 +~~CONCLUSION~~
55 +The growth in immigration detention and the magnitude of funding states dedicate to warehousing asylum
56 +AND
57 +entire underlying rationales that have given rise to this unfortunate and paradoxical phenomenon.
58 +
59 +
60 +====Individualizing solutions fails to solve climate change and reinforce neoliberal logic, legal actions are necessary to prevent catastrophic global warming ====
61 +Lukacs'17 (Martin Lukacs, journalist @ The Guardian, "Neoliberalism has conned us into fighting climate change as individuals", https://www.theguardian.com/environment/true-north/2017/jul/17/neoliberalism-has-conned-us-into-fighting-climate-change-as-individuals, July 17, 2017) MMW
62 +Would you advise someone to flap towels in a burning house? To bring a
63 +AND
64 +how personally green we live – and start collectively taking on corporate power.
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66 +
67 +====Warming causes extinction- turns every impact====
68 +**Sharp and Kennedy '14** – is an associate professor on the faculty of the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (NESA). A former British Army Colonel he retired in 2006 and emigrated to the U.S. Since joining NESA in 2010, he has focused on Yemen and Lebanon, and also supported NESA events into Afghanistan, Turkey, Egypt, Israel, Palestine and Qatar. He is the faculty lead for NESA's work supporting theUAE National Defense College through an ongoing Foreign Military Sales (FMS) case. He also directs the Network of Defense and Staff Colleges (NDSC) which aims to provide best practice support to regional professional military and security sector education development and reform. Prior to joining NESA, he served for 4 years as an assistant professor at the College of International Security Affairs (CISA) at National Defense University where he wrote and taught a Masters' Degree syllabus for a program concentration in Conflict Management of Stability Operations and also taught strategy, counterterrorism, counterinsurgency, and also created an International Homeland Defense Fellowship program. At CISA he also designed, wrote and taught courses supporting the State Department's Civilian Response Corps utilizing conflict management approaches. Bob served 25 years in the British Army and was personally decorated by Her Majesty the Queen twice. Aftergraduating from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst in 1981, he served in command and staff roles on operations in Northern Ireland, Kosovo, Gulf War 1, Afghanistan, and Cyprus. He has worked in policy and technical staff appointments in the UK Ministry of Defense and also UK Defense Intelligence plus several multi-national organizations including the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). In his later career, he specialized in intelligence. He is a 2004 distinguished graduate of the National War College and holds a masters degree in National Security Strategy from National Defense University, Washington, D.C. AND is a renewable energy and climate change specialist who has worked for the World Bank and the Spanish Electric Utility ENDESA on carbon policy and markets (Robert and Edward, 8-22, "Climate Change and Implications for National Security" http://www.internationalpolicydigest.org/2014/08/22/climate-change-implications-national-security/)djm
69 +Our planet is 4.5 billion years old. If that whole time was
70 +AND
71 +investment patterns, and political decisions; it will be hard to fix!
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74 +====Rather turn- their methodology gets co-opted by the University and never leaves the academy====
75 +**Webb, 18**—Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Sheffield (Darren, "Bolt-holes and breathing spaces in the system: On forms of academic resistance (or, can the university be a site of utopian possibility?)," Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies, 40:2, 96-118, dml)
76 +The University can be the site for fleeting, transitory, small-scale experiences
77 +AND
78 +, guide, and mobilize long-term collective action for systemic change.
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