robin hood - Summary of Main Points Robin Hood starts out...

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Summary of Main Points: Robin Hood starts out trying to build a group of allies to help with his revolt against Sheriff of Nottingham. Robin could not do this along so he sought out other men with the same objection and share the same compassionate justice as him. He believed that strength lay in numbers so that is exactly what he sought. He ruled as supreme, making all essential decisions. He gave precise positions to his lieutenants. However little did Robin know his increase in men would surely hurt him for they no longer try to vigilance and obedience was harder to force. Another issue that arose was the food capacity started to decrease. While all of this was increasing so was
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the Sheriff’s organization and money. The tide of events had truly turned against Robin and his Merrymen. Towards the end Robin was invited to join the conspiracy in return for future amnesty. Identification of Problems/Issues: The increasing size of the band was a source of satisfaction for Robin, but also a source of concern for food capacity would slowly decline. Vigilance was in decline, and discipline was becoming harder to enforce. The growing band was beginning to exceed the food capacity of the forest. Game was becoming scare, and supplies had to be obtained from outlaying villages. Cost of buying food was beginning to drain the band’s financial reserves at the
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