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4. The impact McMurphy had towards the group was he was the head leader of the  group. He was the one everyone listens to and supported. They knew he didn’t have any  signs of mental illness so he was the brains of the group. His presence was a threat to  Hatchet because he wasn’t insane at all and she knew he was capable to kill her. Yes,  there was resocialization involved between McMurphy and Nurse Ratchet because they  both can operate in an environment they not accustomed to but they both don’t have any  other choice or a better one at least. 6. The fact that even though many of the patients were there voluntarily they still desire  to stay in that social setting, because they’re bonded together and became friends. They  rather be in there because theyre afraid of the outside world. 7. Cheswick- a man who deals with childish fits of temper but supported McMurphy’s 
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course WRIT 1 taught by Professor Rutter during the Spring '11 term at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.

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