Robin Hood
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The main strengths of the campaign includes a strong leader which is Robin Hood himself a group of fighters who are quite heavily trained and heavy support from the stakeholders including farmers as well as peasants. The weaknesses faced by Robin Hood are that the… iff as well as the paranoiac nature of Prince John which can harm the campaign if he acts in an…
Magna carta
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This document, also called the Great charter, was signed in June 1215 between King John and the barons of England at Runnymede (For Know It- Alls 9). It is worth noting, the… The barons, unable to bear the pain of the king’s extra taxes, rebelled in June 1215 and captured London, though not entirely, forcing the king to enter into a peaceful settlement with…
Lanval
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Lanval is one of the fairy tales that were based on the Arthurian settings, which was characterized by items such as the isle of Avalon and the round table. The above excerpt mentions Lanval’s fairy lady lover while maintain the story’s failure to give the name of the lover… 29). Angered by Lanval’s boasting the Queen accuses Lanval before the King who seeks…
Case study
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This erupted as a personal divergence. Robin Hood assembled a band that would fight for his cause. He wanted the band to be highly disciplined. The main goal & objective of Robin… Lieutenants were appointed and they were given specific works. The intelligence and scouting division was headed by Will Scarlet. He always kept a track of the Sheriff’s moves. He…
Henry the first and henry the second
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He was the son of William the Conqueror. He was renowned for his administrative, legal and political reforms of the time. He is credited with the unification of England and Normandy… Henry also initiated many reforms by appointing officials who administered justice impartialy and sought to restrict the abuse of power by local barons. He won the praise of the…
The context of Magna Carta and the Robin Hood films
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THE MAGNA CARTA AND THE ROBIN HOOD FILMS Numerous films and books have been written about Robin Hood and his band of merry men. His illustrious adventures and exploits have been exalted through the centuries as acts of goodwill and kindness to humanity. This paper explains the effect the legend of Robin Hood has made on the 21st century as depicted in the films produced.…
300 word essay, history of history
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In his letter on the government, Voltaire has attacked the perceptions about the Parliament that was established in the olden days in England, when it was under the rule of the Lords and barons and bishops1. Voltaire very openly denounces the… He states that the rulers of England, and indeed, of Europe as a whole, have all laid siege to the…
19TH Century Industrial Tycoons
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This growth is contributed to the inventions and productivity of various industrial tycoons who contributed to the most productive and the rich… ng a Robber Baron is a term that was used in the 19th century to refer to businessmen who used exploitation as a means of acquiring their wealth (Josephson, 2010). Rockfeller was known as the first man to become a…
Global War on Drugs
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This essay researches the global war on drugs, that is a common issue in developed countries, such as United States. Main focus of this essay are the United States government's sustainable policies, that were established against drug use, drug posession and drug trafficking.… The global war on drugs is an issue that has taken the entire continent by storm and…
Robinhood
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Strengths: In considering the strengths of Robin Hood and his band of men there are a number of notable factors. One of the notable strengths is the associates Robin Hood’s has in management positions, as well as his management structure. In these regards, Will Scarlett is… 2. Weaknesses: One of the notable weaknesses of this case is the type of associates…
The Two Matildas: Models of medieval Queenship
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One such queen who is generally not referred to as a queen nor included or listed in the list of monarchs who have ruled over England is Empress Matilda also known as Matilda of England.1 This is so because her ruling… She along with her brother William Adelin were the only legitimate children of King Henry I and the only heirs to the throne. Matilda of…
Global War on Drugs
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The developing nations are not left behind also because the majority of their populations are hooked, peddling or barons of the illicit trade. The developing countries have joined the fray of the developed to try and solve the drug issue. … Global War on Drugs The drug prohibition laws prohibit, except under special circumstances and licenses the…
COMPARE THE UNITED STATES BILL OF RIGHTS TO THE ENGLISH MAGNA CARTA OF 1215
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Number Date Comparison of the United States Bill of Rights to the English Magna Carta of 1215 1. The first 10 amendments of the US Constitution are collectively termed as the Bill of Rights. These rights were intended to safeguard the rights of US citizens against the abusive use of power by the government.… The second amendment is the right to keep and bear…
Homework
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These were aimed at eliminating stiff competition and establishing monopoly in the market. The fight for free silver was an… They were silver backers. On the other hand, the supporters of gold argued that gold entailed only honest money. The fight for free silver led to political realignment giving birth to the Greenback Labor Party, a coalition of farmers…
QUIZ-1 Organized Crime
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There is no accepted definition of organized crime; However Donald Cressey developed a definition of organized crime that is used by the FBI for many decades now. According to Donald Cressy, Organized crime entails a group of persons operating for a certain period of time and… Political beliefs do not act as a motivator to organized crime as opposed terrorism…
Robin Hood Case
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The current organizational structure for Robin Hood and his team of Merrymen is a functional structure where eachlieutenant is responsible for undertaking certain predefined roles within the organization. Communication is very informal and the leader seems to lack any access to… This ensures that Robin is always can always plan ahead of the Sheriff and each of…
MAGNA CARTA Promised a lot but delivered little in England. Critically evaluate this claim
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The Magna Carta may have been one of England’s most celebrated documents, but its true contribution to the country’s legal and constitutional history remains to be largely obscured by modern interpretations. For one, the iconic Magna Carta was never intended to be an… For the Church, which was part of the English landowning system, the Magna Carta meant the…
TEXTBOOK-Brinkley, American History, Connecting with the Past, Volume II, McGraw Hill chapters 16-19
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Name 24 September 2012 Assignment During the years 1865 and 1900 the United States of America came into its own as the leading industrial power in the world however this did not happen overnight and was backed by a number of incidents and events that helped the country to emerge powerful, taking into account the needs and wishes of the maximum number of people and various sectors of society.…
Big business
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ROOSEVELT Theodore Roosevelt was president of the United States during a time of economic consolidation. Capitalism was coming into its own, and some of the largest and most famous American companies were beginning to flex their muscles. Big oil companies and banks had power like they had never before had in American history.… But others were not happy with…
How was the ideology of the Progressive Era different from that of the Gilded Age Compare the two, consider business regulation
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How was the ideology of the Progressive Era different from that of the Gilded Age? Compare the two, consider business regulation and the labour issues of each time period. What were the catalysts for more government intervention in the economy? Furthermore, How did WWI answer some of the cries for Progressive reform.… The American industrial revolution peaked…
Feudalism and the Manorial System
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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Feudalism and the Manorial System Between the 9th and the 15th century, scholars believe that there was flourishing of legal and military traditions that came to be referred to as Feudalism. Being an ancient term, it has drawn several definitions with some individual referring to it as a way of ordering the society.…
Business strategy
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This comes arises because of a conflict between Robin and the Sheriff over justice to all people. He took care of all the finances collected. He was… I strongly believe that Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a completely new plan. Considering the wake of the tremendous changes in the way of operation of the Sheriff’s men, who have adopted new ways of operating…
An essay about the right of habeas corpus in the context of the war on terror
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The original version of the writ declared that the king had the authority to know the reason for detaining any of his subjects at any given time. In particular, it states… Signing into law of the Magna Carta was occurred in 1215 by King John. It gained significant political and legal prominence during the preceding centuries. During the early 12th century,…
Role of the Government in the Prevention of Recession
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The Wall Street is given the name following the construction of a very long wall that ran for eight blocks, which is approximately 1.1km long. This wall ran from Broadway all the way to South Street in the lower parts of Manhattan.… This wall was constructed in the 1640s by the Dutch. History has it that the West Indians from the West Indian Company bought…
Response Papers
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In the recent times, students are coming up with more innovative ways to match their everyday experiences with the video games. The different… eople appreciated the innovativeness of the students who came up with the animations having put into consideration the changes in the twenty first century. Further, it is noted that video games can be used as…
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