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1989 Sept. 5 Debate on abortion 1990 Dec. 11 Profs are funnier 1991 Feb. 9 Gulf crisis debate 1991 Mar. Ban on offensive expression 1991 April Public readings 1991 Dec. 10 College education is a waste of time 1992 Mar. 3 Ronald Reagan on the $1 bill 1992 April 14 We dread the future 1992 Oct. 13 Sink the Mayflower 1993 Mar. 18 This house believes that Iowa is heaven 1993 May 4 Death penalty 1993 Oct. 5 Refugee policy 1993 Nov. 15 Right to bear arms 1993 Fall Should this college act in loco parentis? 1994 Feb. 16 This house is politically correct 1994 Mar, 9 This house believes that private guns should be significantly curtailed in civil society 1994 Oct. 4 This house believes that animals have the right to life, liberty and happiness 1994 Oct. 7 This house would welcome a world without religion 1994 Oct. 27 This house believes that guarantee of citizen safety is more desirable than the protection of civil liberties 1994 Nov. 17 This house would shop for dope at the supermarket 1994 Mar. This house would juice the juice 1995 Oct. 30 The Feminist movement has reached the dead end 1995 Nov. There is no place in a sensor in a democracy 1995 Dec. 150 years is long enough 1996 Mar. This house believes that veganism is the only diet for a small planet. 1996 April 30 This house believes there can be no debate on the Grinnell campus 1996 June This house believes the death penalty is morally justifies 1996 Oct. 7 This house believes that character and politics don't mix 1996 Nov. 13 This house would negotiate with terrorists 1996 Dec. 11 This house is revolting 1997 Feb. 24 This house supports physician assisted suicide 1997 Oct. 8 This house would study the humanities, not the sciences 1998 Mar. This house believes that liberal arts colleges are elitist scams 1999 Mar Debate 1999 April Debate This house would resurrect I.V. This house believes that men are funnier than women The american dream is a nightmare debate.

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