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Robin Hood: More Than an Outlaw
Robin Hood: More than an Outlaw
Robin Hood steals, lies, cheats, kills, and is a hero. Even though he committed many immoral acts, they were for a good cause. He committed these acts to help the people from the oppression of the corrupt government at the time. Prince John, who had unjustly seized the throne, taxed his own people into poverty and stole from them to gain his wealth. The church at the time was hypocritical and had no part in trying to help the oppressed people at all. The church officials were only after profit and self gain, while Robin Hood's rebellion against the church an…
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