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About "Res K"
This Kritik (pronounced “critique”, debaters like Greek things and “K” is a cool abbreviation) is built on the logical syllogism in the contentions. The definitions and resolutional analysis are important aspects of the case, but they’re there for set-up purposes and as a defense in later speeches.
The basic flow of the case is this: fair trade corrects unfairness, government intervention (read: unfree trade) creates unfairness, so governments shouldn’t support unfree trade, so there’s no conflict. The point is that the entire conflict scenario of the resolution is wholly artificial, so we should reject the resolution as a whole.
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