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Table of Contents
                            Topic Analysis by Oliver Sussman
	Introduction
	Background
	Positions on the Topic
		Mass Incarceration Affirmative
		Retributivism Affirmative
		Court Clog Disadvantage
Topic Analysis by Jack Wareham
	Introduction
	Interpretational Questions
	Affirmative Arguments
		Racism & Mass Incarceration
		Culpability
		Occupying the CJS
		Corruption & Coercion
	Negative Arguments
		Court Clog
		Overcrowding
		Benefits to the Defendant
		Counterplans
	Conclusion
Topic Analysis by Nina Potischman
	Introduction
		Background
	Aff Arguments
		Kant/Freedom
		Rawls
		Virtue Aff
	Neg
		Libertarianism
Topic Analysis by SunHee Simon
	Aff Argument
		African Americans & Slavery
		Immigration
	Neg
		Abolish US Criminal Justice System
	Conclusion
Definitions
	Plea Bargaining
	Abolish
	Plans Good
Aff
	Adversarial Justice
	Burden Imposition
	Coercion
	Constitutionality
	Democracy
	Deterrence
	Due Process
	Efficiency
	Elitism
	Fact Bargaining
	Fairness
	Inconsistency
	Innocence Problem
	Judicial Integrity
	Objectionability of Trade
	Public Interest
	Racism
	Retribution
	Underground
Aff Blocks
	A2 Abolition Makes Things Worse
	A2 Court Clog
	A2 Inevitability
	A2 Reform
	A2 Rehabilitation
Neg
	Efficiency
	Equality
	Helps Defendants
	Innocence
	Opportunity Cost
	Public Interest
	Rehabilitation
	Retribution
	Rollback
	CPs
Neg Blocks
	A2 Coercion
	A2 Cognitive Bias
	A2 Constitutionality
	A2 Due Process
	A2 Ill-Informed
	A2 Inalienable Rights
	A2 Innocence Problem
                        

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