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Madame Chairman, my youthful opposition, gentlemen of the floor. This house believes dreams can change the world for the better.

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Madame Chairman, my youthful opposition, gentlemen of the floor. This house believes dreams can change the world for the better. Do you dream? I certainly do. Take the other night for example: I dreamt I was playing football for England-I wish. Anyway did you we can have these dreams and implement therm in today's society. We all know Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech. But there many others: for example Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln was president of America in the 1860's. He had dreams that inspired him, directed, and warned him. The actions he had taken against slavery, where he created the child slavery bill, was inspired by a dream. ...read more.

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Finally, one evening he went to sleep. In his dreams, he saw the nucleus of the atom, with the electrons spinning around it, just like our solar system with the sun and planets. When he woke up, he knew what to do next. . Further testing and experiments proved it to be true, and in 1922 he was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. Up to that point scientists had thought that the smallest part of matter was an atom- Bohr proved this wrong. Dreams led to the end of slavery. Dreams led to major scientific breakthrough. Surely dreams can make the world a better place. ...read more.

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I got out of bed, sat at the piano, and found the notes I couldn't believe I'd dreamt it, but I had the tune which was the most magical thing of all. Three famous people, three famous dreams, that have led to the end of slavery in America, led to a major scientific breakthrough, and finally a dream that simply made the world a happier place. But these are not the only people: Mahatma Ghandi, Walt Disney, R.L.Stevenson, Mary Shelly, and Freidrich Kekule have had dreams. Surely dreams can change the world! Ladies and Gentlemen: I believe this conclusive argument is difficult to rebute and my best advice for my opponent is dream on! Madame Chair, my youthful opposition, gentlemen of the floor: I rest my case. ...read more.

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