What’s this about?
The One Minute Case is a collaborative blog which will present a brief argument about a controversial issue that can be read in about a minute. You can read the cases to learn something new about an issue or use them as a source for longer arguments of your own. Everything is Creative Commons licensed, so you are welcome to reuse material.
Why so short?
Some issues can be summarized in 60 seconds, while in other cases, we’ll try to make you aware of a new perspective. The goal is to encourage critical thinking and discussion rather than present an open and shut case. If you disagree, or think something is missing, comment away!
Can I contribute?
Sure. Just register and a submit a case (such as one of the proposed topics) as a comment. If we like your style, you’ll be given publishing privileges.
Can I use your content?
Yes! You don’t even need to ask, because posts are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License:
Can I support you in other ways?
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