The weakness caused by the growth was that observance and caution were in decline and discipline became harder to enforce. Also, due to the increasing numbers of men, the food was becoming scarce and they were beginning to exhaust the bands financial reserves. Robin Hood was also trying to come up with a solution to the outright confiscation of goods but the lieutenants resisting the idea of a fixed transit tax. The sheriff was growing stronger because of his growing support with his political connections and Prince John. Opportunities arose with the invitation to join the conspiracy to help return the king for future amenity.
How far was Henry VI to blame for the conflict of 1455? The causation of the first battle of St. Albans is a complex and intricate issue, involving many factors. The king’s weaknesses and incompetence made him an innately unsuitable ruler for the times, and his failures to accumulate the majority of the attributes expected of a king, such as control of the nobles and successful military pursuits, may have contributed substantially to the battle in 1455. However, this can be disputed; given the financial state of the country, it is hardly surprising that Henry was unable to keep a firm control over the avaricious nobles, whilst also lacking a standing army. Additionally, the underlying problem of who had a greater claim to the crown, instigated when Henry IV usurped the throne from Richard II, was still a concern, and inevitably this was bound to result in a bloody battle in order to settle the disagreement.
1. What problems does Robin Hood have? What Issues need to be addressed? -Robin Hood’s biggest problem is the fast growing rate of his Merrymen. This is causing more problems such as a decline in resources and funding, a lax in recruitment and training making the Merrymen less disciplined, and also the Sheriff increased his staff to keep up.
Robin Hood Case Strategic Planning 1) What problem does Robin Hood have? What issues need to be addressed? First, the increasing size of the bands was a source of concern because vigilance was in decline and discipline was becoming harder to enforce. Also the growing band was also beginning to exceed the food capacity of the forest. Those problems and the fact that Sheriff was becoming stronger and better organized, and with that he probing for ban´s weaknesses.
This has caused many problems for Robin Hood. Discipline was becoming harder to enforce because of the sheer size of the group. The group is also faced with lower revenue and increased costs. The organization was beginning to exceed the food capacity of the forest so supplies had to be obtained from outlying villages. Some of the other issues that Robin Hood is faced with are whether or not to impose a fixed transit tax, what to do about the growing strength of the Sheriff, and if he should accept the Barons offer to join in freeing King Richard.
Robin Hood should form a structure within his organization so that it can continue to grow and prosper. The band cannot continue to rely solely on robbing from rich merchants who commute through the Sherwood Forest. This is simply not meeting their financial needs and cannot support the growing organization. It will be a good political move for Robin to at least show support in the efforts the Barons are making to free King Richard so that in case their efforts succeed the King will know Robin was a part of the mission. The group has out grown the Sherwood Forest.
Additionally, suspicions had risen of radical parliamentarians and the people were reliant on Charles’ return to stop this. These reasons are the main factors for Charles’ support in 1646. Charles’ return to the throne would have meant an end to Parliament’s County Committees, which many felt were worse than living under Charles’ rule. A large portion of the population had suffered the brutal dominion of the County Committees, which only worsened as the war progressed and Parliament became more desperate to finance the war. Primarily made up of fiercely loyal Puritans, the County Committees were efficient in reaching the monthly quotas set by Parliament.
Robin Hood (Case 20) Part 1 Intro Robin Hood forged together a band of Merrymen to help him fight off the Sheriff and his administration. With the growing popularity and population of his Merrymen, Robin Hood has come across some issues that need to be addresses and resolved. Analysis The increasing size of the band was significant for having the upper hand on the Sheriff’s administration. However, with a larger number they were running out of food and supplies. Also, the more Merrymen there were the less control Robin Hood had; losing his upper hand could lead to a collapse of his plan to take out the Sheriff.
Because he is so determined to achieve distinction, he is vulnerable to the trap set for him by the disguised Northern scout. Unprepared and foolish, Farquhar allows his desire for renown to lead him right into his captors’ hands. He has placed his own motives ahead of his responsibility to his family. Farquhar exhibits a damning gap between his true character and inflated perception of his abilities and role in the world. The fantasized escape that runs counter to the actual execution in the story mirrors the gap between who Farquhar actually is and who he would like to be.
Herbert states that “The unemployment rate is increasing and the U.S job market salary isn’t enough to provide for the average American family”. This argument of Herbert reveals directly on rise of Income Inequality’s analyzed by Robert. Herbert explains how Americans were not getting enough employed with good paystubs that lead to income inequality. In “Hiding from reality”, Herbert explains his view on how the American dream is slowly becoming less and less reachable and what we need to focus on in order for the restoration of the American Dream. Herbert states, “whenever you choose to look-at the economy and jobs, public schools, the budget deficits, the non-stop warfare overseas you’ll see a country in sad shape”.