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  • Yes, people should have equal rights.

    Yes, the 11th Amendment strengthens equality, because it makes sure that a person is not treated differently in business or in the courts just because they happen to be from a different state. For a country like ours to work, equal application under the law is a critical element of operation.

  • No prejudice for certain states.

    Yes, the 11th Amendment strengthens equality, because it makes sure that a person is not treated differently in business or in the courts just because they happen to be from a different state. For a Republic like ours to work, equal application under the law is a critical element of operation.

  • No It Does Not

    I do not believe the eleventh amendment strengthens equality. The eleventh amendment was created at a time when the United States didn't even recognize equality like it does in today's world. The eleventh amendment has more to do with states rights, than anything else. The amendment really doesn't focus on equality in anyway.

  • Keeps States Immune

    The 11th Amendment prevents citizens of a state or foreign country from suing a state unless the state has waived the protections of sovereign immunity for that particular issue. This allows government and its employees to remain free from any potential legal resource citizens would have against the state in many cases.


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