1 pointTbh that wouldn't accomplish much in terms of mitigating framework offense. It's functionally an aff choice counter interp that's already a common subset of the K aff framework debate, which still links heavily to predictable limits, stasis, and ground arguments. It really just makes a vague reciprocity argument to justify why it solves. I don't think that having it be negotiated among debaters in an informal manner and then publicly released changes much in that regard. To be the most inclusive, the interp still has to be enormously broad to the point of no resolution. And if it's too exclusive, there's an obvi TVA argument against any not included K aff that they could just read an acceptable k aff.
-1 pointswhat makes you think K teams would be any more topical?
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