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RP McMurphy Jack Nicholas arrived at the institution a rebel and died a rebel who had saved the lives of the men at the institution McMurphy unknowingly showed the men that they were adequate people who were no more crazy then the average nut walking the streets While Nurse Ratched was bullying the men into a boring and dehabilitating routine McMurphy showed up and began to challenge the system First with the music A simple thing and McMurphy noticed all it did was arouse the men into yelling matches Ratched of course didnt recognize this Secondly McMurphy challenged the routine that appeared to be set in stone by Nurse Ratched During the first vote it becomes apparent that the men are indeed terrified of Nurse Ratched and they vote not to disrupt the precious routine McMurphy shows disgust in the men and appears to challenge them into standing up to Nurse Ratched The nest day the men vote to watch the ball game but Nurse Ratched informs McMurphy that the men who are severely impaired also need to vote and will not let the men watch the ball game again demonstrating her power over the men McMurphys best cure for the mens sicknesses is when he escapes temporarily to take the men fishing This is when the men are truly shown that they are functionable human beings McMurphy shows his faith in the men when approached by the owner of the boat yard He tells the man that all the patients are from the mental institution and that they are doctors not patients Watching McMurphy introduce each man as a doctor is mind-boggling as each man smiles and nods to the man they all appear capable of being recognized as a doctor to the naked eye McMurphy then hands the boats steering wheel over to a man that is seems extremely paranoid at the thought of controlling the huge vessel but soon loosens up and
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