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“What Would Robin Hood Do?” A Review

11 Sep

Robin Hood and a Tradition of a Radical Nature

Another great review by Sasha: “Revolutionary times call for revolutionary measures, but what is to be done? Paul Buhle’s latest book, Robin Hood: People’s Outlaw and Forest Hero [PM Press, 2011], certainly gives the reader a sense of radical tradition, of what has been done over the centuries—at least in a European context…

“In a world where indigenous populations are pushed to the edge of nonexistence, along with the flora and fauna around them confronting malign ‘development’ and resource exhaustion,” Buhle explains, “the defense of the Greenwood gains a desperate relevance.”

Read the full review here