Most Effective Team

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I was on the affirmative team (that the aristocrats were worse than the bloodthirsty townsmen) What were the most effective points your team made? The most effective points my team made was the lack of clemency the aristocrats gave to the townspeople. The aristocrats also killed 250,000 townsmen vs the 40,000 aristocrats the townsmen killed. This was an effective point because it focuses on the reason why the townspeople rebelled, the townsmen only reflected the crultey that the aristocrats gave. What were the most effective points the other team made? The most effective points the other team made was lack of moral from the townsmen, they hunted down and killed many aristocrats. The other team also referenced from the bible, saying “You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye and tooth for tooth.’ But I tell you not to resist an evil person. If someone slaps you on your right cheek, turn to him the other also” they stated this saying the townsmen had no mercy and had no moral that the bible taught them. Their points were effective because it focuses on that fact that the townsmen had no moral and the revolution wouldn’t have happened so…show more content…
Why? The negative because they proved that anger isnt a concrete reason why the townsmen were so bloodthirsty and murderous. When they were referncing the Bible, it states that people should not reflect the evil done to them but to forgive them for their sins. Did you change your mind from your original view point? No because personally I focus on the causes of things, such as the cause of the Americain Revolution. The cause of the Americain Revolution was the lack of represention in Government affairs, the cause of the French Revolution was mainly the aristocrats ability to inflict all of the fincantinal problems on the poor (being able not to pay taxes) and the crulety the nobles implanted onto the
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