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.
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.
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.
When King Richard returned King John was Banished and Robin was Pardoned giving a happy ending. King John is best known to historians for signing the magna carta. The barons forced King John to sign the Magna Carter to make sure that free men were treated fairly, and to make right some of the bad things the king had been doing. The king was to return all hostages, castles and to free the people who were wrongly imprisoned. These were not laws but were important to peace.
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.
Enlarging the EU would bring democratic institutions, protect human rights, and would end the divisions in Europe which would benefit the member stated who would be bringing peace to the region. The more countries that were involved within the EU, the more successful and significant it would be. It was not only the economy of others which would be an advantage to member states but also the links that other states had. Former communist states had links with Russia which the EU could use for diplomatic link as Russia would not join. The USA and Russia were in favour of the expansion because eastern states would be involved in western politics and their systems.
Robin Hood Case Study - Team 12 The best course of action in this situation is to collaborate with the barons. This would mean trying to free King Richard while getting rid of Prince John and the Sheriff at the same time. Of course there is the major risk of being caught conspiring with the end result more than likely being death, but the rewards far outweigh the risks in the grand scheme of things. Killing Prince John would only serve as revenge for Robin Hood but wouldn’t benefit the group as a whole. Recommendations There are certain actions that must be made in order to prosper as a group and to move forward constructively.
Below are listed a few: Actions | Pros | Cons | Actions to strengthen the organization’s competiveness via strategically forming alliance and collaborating with the farmers and townspeople. | This would create a greater feel of unity that would give voice to the people-the voice needed to move things quicker with regards to the Sheriff. | The larger group, with no change in the current’s strategy would create far more greater issues than they currently faced | Actions to capture emerging opportunities by joining the conspiracy would help defend against external threats to the organization’s business prospects. | If the plan is successful, the funds received from the ransom could help with the group’s financial problems. | With
This is why Robin Hood decided against Sheriff, which is kind of against the system or rule of that time. 5. What are the pros and cons of accepting the offer of the barons to assist in securing King Richard’s release from prison? Pro: Alliance with baron which help Robin Richard to easy to release
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