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July 12, 2016 / compassioninpolitics

Reflections on perms and counterplans

The key thing as the affirmative or negative is to clue into which DAs, Ks, and case arguments (solvency turns/case turns) don’t link to the Counterplan, which means they are DAs to the permutation.

 

Its almost always US government action bad.  Or US congress action bad.  Or Us government/congress action bad through this mechanism or in this area.

 

And then the counterplans do either a different type of US action, not through Congress, but just through an agency.

Or they choose an entirely different agency to do it. (pretty rare)

Or they choose a different country to do it.

Or the use the US government to act in another policy area or even related area, which solves part of case, but doesn’t get the DA links.

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