Unformatted text preview: Boycott. But for everything after that, he seemed unable to disengage from his role as a leader of the Civil Rights Movement. Did what extent did he choose to continue as leader, and to what extent did he have this leadership thrust upon him? Do leaders always have the option to leave a leadership position? For transformational leaders is that option possible? 4) How did King, a leader who was devoted to non-violence, continue to preach non-violence and remain personally non-violent when so much violence was directed at him and his followers? Did he ever become discouraged and tempted to quit? Have you ever felt discouragement or despair that you would never be able to achieve a goal that you yearned to obtain? What kept you going and working toward that seemingly impossible goal? 5) Would you be willing to die for a cause that you believe in deeply? Discuss why or why not....
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- Montgomery Bus Boycott, Martin Luther King, Jr., unique historical role, significant American leaders