|1.A History of Constitutional Remedies||1|
|England and Early America ||2|
|Article 3, Chisholm v. Georgia, and the Eleventh Amendment ||3|
|Post-Civil War Developments: The Fourteenth Amendment, Ham, and Ex Parte Young||4|
|Sovereign Immunity in the Late Twentieth Century ||8|
|The Sovereign Immunity of the United States ||10|
|Remedies against Officers and Local Governments ||11|
|The Common Law Background of Constitutional Remedies ||11|
|Ex Parte Young and Home Telephone: The Origins of Constitutional Remedies ||13|
|Section 1983: Before Monroe v. Pape ||15|
|Reviving Section 1983: Monroe and Its Progeny ||19|
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Book title: Constitutional Remedies:A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution.
Contributors: Michael L. Wells - Author, Thomas A. Eaton - Author.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 2002.
Page number: vii.
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