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Response to Beattie: A female director of forensics' view of Cross Examination Debate Association debate.
Response to Beattie: A male coach's view of Cross Examination Debate Association debate.
Presently, there are seven major intercollegiate debate organizations in the United States including National Parliamentary Debate Association, American Parliamentary Debate Association, National Forensic Association, Lincoln Douglas, Cross Examination Debate Association, American Debate Association, National Debate Tournament, and National Educational Debate Association.
For information about the Cross Examination Debate Association, contact Greg Simerly, CEDA Executive-Secretary, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 62901-6605, (618) 453-1896,
The Cross Examination Debate Association had existed for many years prior to Sedalia, but after 1974, Jack Howe, its founder and a developmental conference participant, changed the emphasis of the association and it, too, enjoyed a period of tremendous growth.
At the 1992 SCA Convention in Chicago, CEDA (Cross Examination Debate Association) President, Brenda Logue, reported to the CEDA Commission on Women and Minorities her astonishment at the results of a survey conducted by Cynthia A.