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Rebel with a cause The system is something that people are always out to change You see people trying to change it all the time but few are actually successful at changing the system The system can be a variety of things In some cases it is the government it can be the boss or anything or anyone that has some type of control or authority For some people fighting the system is their livelihood their mission in life They try to change the system because of the corruption because of unjust actions because they were a victim of it or to seek the truth In the book One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest by Ken Kesey McMurphy is portrayed as such He is represented as an individual who uses his rebellious nature to gain control of the combine McMurphy is outgoing a leader and a rebel There was a constant power struggle in the novel between the patients new found savior McMurphy and the evil Nurse Ratched who rules their wing of the hospital with an iron fist For example when Mcmurphy is at a meeting and he proposes a revote on watching the TV in the afternoon page 123 McMurphy fights to change the system to try to win back the patients rights and in the process gain more privileges for the patients and himself McMurphy also seems to get pleasure out of fighting the system His motives are he wants to help out his fellow patients his friends to make their lives better McMurphy was successful in changing many of the rules and regulations that were imposed upon them by Nurse Ratched McMurphy was a very inspirational speaker and during the regularly occurring meetings between the patients and the doctors he would rally the patients to fight against Nurse Ratched This way he was able to win back some of their rights McMurphy also uses his cunning wit and his
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