The 11th Amendment and the Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity

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Example: Why citizens NY cannot sue the State of New Jersey?) Does the 11th Amendment prohibit one from suing the state in which they reside? Why? Does Article 11 work to affectively dilute the power granted to the Federal Courts in Article 3 Section 2? If so, how and why?

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11th Amendment Study PlanRead Chilsolm v. Georgia 1793Basis of why Chilsolm sued GeorgiaRead CHISHOLM, THE ELEVENTH AMEND MENT, AND SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY: ON ALDENS RETURN TO CONFEDERATION PRINCIPLES By MARK STRASSER* (Article Attached) Read the 11th AmendmentAmendment XI (1795) The Judicial power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against one of the United States by Citizens of another State, or by Citizens or Subjects of any Foreign State.Read Article 3 Section 2The 11th Amendment and the Doctrine of Sov

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