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Performance Neg \u2013 Index

Performance Neg \u2013 Index................................................................................................................. .........1 1NC Framework 1/3.............................................................................................................. ....................2 1NC Framework 2/3.............................................................................................................. ....................4

1NC Framework 3/3.............................................................................................................. .................... 5

2NC/1NR Framework Overview 1/2................................................................................ ........................6 2NC/1NR Framework Overview 2/2................................................................................ ........................7 2NC/1NR Framework Overview 3/3................................................................................ ........................8 Framework Extensions \u2013 Simulations Good.................................................................................... ........9 Framework Extensions \u2013 Concrete Meaning Key................................................................. ................10 Framework Extensions \u2013 Defending Resolution as Proposition Key........................... ........................11 McGowan Countercriticism 1/2....................................................................................................... .......12 McGowan Countercriticism 2/2....................................................................................................... .......13 Block Overview on McGowan CounterK..................................................................... .........................14 McGowan K Extension: 1NC #2.................................................................................................... .........15 Policy Debate Good - Activism............................................................................................................ ....16 Policy Debate Good \u2013 Education.................................................................................... ........................17 Policy Debate Good \u2013 Education.................................................................................... ........................18 Policy Debate Good \u2013 Testing of Issues........................................................................... .......................19 Policy Debate Good \u2013 Tolerance........................................................................................ .....................20 Policy Debate Good \u2013 Inclusion............................................................................................. .................21 Policy Debate Good \u2013 Real World Decision-making........................................................ .....................22 Performance Politics Anti-Educational....................................................................................... ...........24 Performance Politics Anti-Educational....................................................................................... ...........25 Performance Politics = Complicity............................................................................................ .............26 Performance Politics Bad \u2013 Citizenship/Volunteerism Turn......................................... .......................27 Performance Politics Bad \u2013 Failure to Act................................................................................ .............28 Performance Politics Bad \u2013 Anti-Democratic/Silencing.................................................................. ......29 Performance Politics Bad \u2013 Personal Experience Only Bad............................................................. ....30 Performance Politics Bad \u2013 Personal Experience Only Bad............................................................. ....31 State/Statist Discussion is Good................................................................................................ ..............32 State/Statist Discussion is Good................................................................................................ ..............33 State/Statist Discussion is Good................................................................................................ ..............34 State/Statist Discussion is Good................................................................................................ ..............35 Capitalism Links.............................................................................................................................. ........36

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Total Critique Bad \u2013 Krishna................................................................................................................. .37 A2 Martyrdom \u2013 Framework Procedural........................................................................................... ...38 A2 Martyrdom \u2013 Reject Culture Standpoint............................................................................. ............39 A2 Martyrdom \u2013 Tolerance Turns............................................................................................. .............40 A2 Bleiker \u2013 No change..................................................................................................... ......................41 Ethnography Bad............................................................................................................................... ......42 A2 \u201cIt Hurts So Good\u201d............................................................................................................ ................43 A2 \u201cIt Hurts So Good\u201d............................................................................................................ ................44 A2 \u201cIt Hurts So Good\u201d............................................................................................................ ................45 A2 \u201cIt Hurts So Good\u201d............................................................................................................ ................46 A2 \u201cIt Hurts So Good\u201d............................................................................................................ ................47 A2 \u201cIt Hurts So Good\u201d............................................................................................................ ................48 Speed Good Block........................................................................................................................ ............49 Counterfactual Procedural...................................................................................................................... 50

1NC Framework 1/3

The arguments presented in the 1AC are all interesting and informative \u2013 the question we are here to answer
is whether they are a reason for you to vote for them in this round. We establish that this debate will function
as a comparison of methodologies \u2013 they have presented a method of presentation in the 1AC that they feel is
justified in this context. We will offer a competing methodology that we feel is more appropriate for the
context of academic debate. We will establish a multiplicity of reasons as to why this is true and why it
warrants a ballot for the negative. But, there are a few things we need to establish first:

A. Concrete advocacy stemming from resolution

1. In order for a debate to effectively occur, each side must present a concrete advocacy in the first
constructive and defend that advocacy throughout the rebuttal speeches. This is true for a couple of
reasons:

a.Ground/Fairness: The First Affirmative Constructive is the foundation for the round. They
choose the arguments they will defend and the negative challenges those arguments on a number
of levels. If you were to allow that ground to change in subsequent speeches or to be left totally
vague in the 1AC and cross examination, the negative would have no chance of winning the
debate because the affirmative would just listen to the negative speeches then shift their advocacy
to avoid our arguments. Not offering a plan text \u2013 or some concrete text to their alternative to the
status quo makes the affirmative a moving target and warrants a vote against the affirmative for
reasons of ground, fairness and predictability.

b.Education: One of the biggest educational benefits of debate is learning to defend your arguments
against challenges. Without a concrete advocacy, the only thing you learn how to do is run from
arguments by avoiding them. Requiring a concrete advocacy guarantees the debate will increase
both argumentative and advocacy skills.

In the 2AC and later speeches, you should be able to trace back responses directly to the 1AC advocacy. If the links are not clear or their story changes you should vote immediately for the negative. The damage is done and the trigger can not be \u201cunpulled\u201d.

2.The 1AC presentation and the cross examination of the 1AC should be binding. They should not be able to use ambiguities in their advocacy or answers to claim they can \u201cco-opt\u201d our negative arguments. This is the equivalent of a 2AC replan or an affirmative \u201cfloating PIC\u201d - they either offer no text to their

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alternative or a text that is so ambiguous it becomes unpredictable. This should be rejected for reasons
identified above.

3.Competitive equity is key in this context. This activity takes place within a competitive forum where
winners and losers are identified. There are rules/norms for reasons of competitive equity \u2013 they are doing
the equivalent of taking Olympic boxing and turning it into Ultimate Fighting \u2013 Anything Goes. Their
interpretation lacks any protection for the negative team \u2013 we came prepared to box and their kicking us!

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