Affirmative (policy debate)
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The affirmative team speaks first and the negative speaks last. The affirmative gives four speeches:
- First affirmative constructive (1AC)
- Second affirmative constructive (2AC)
- First affirmative rebuttal (1AR)
- Second affirmative rebuttal (2AR)
- Dartmouth Debate Workshop (2008). 
- Walton, Justin D. (2001). Making the Case: Tips for Affirmative Case Construction. Rostrum. Retrieved December 30, 2005.
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