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Text Preview There’s a saying: "people's behavior is largely determined by forces not of their own making", which basically states that actions and decisions of humans is more or less based by other’s rather than themselves. Although, “forces” can affect people to make certain decisions they don’t have too. All humans have a mind and the ability to think and act how they want. While some don’t understand this, others don’t hesitate to take advantage it. Ideally some are afraid to do what others don’t want them to do because they will be hurt, or simply looked down on by their society. Personally, I disagree with the saying as some are brave and do what they want, usually too bring necessary change to their nation, other times to cause havoc to others. There exists countless examples in both history and the everyday where people choose to do what they want, regardless of what they are told or expected to do.

Martin Luther King is an ideal example to help disapprove the saying. MLK was the leader of the African-American Civil Rights movement. A minister, King became a civil rights activist early in his career. King, along with all other African-Americans was being oppressed by the American citizens. Even with these forces on him, MLK decided it was time for change, the time for everyone to have equal rights, no matter the color of one’s skin. Forces, in this case the Americans, wanted their slaves to obey them without asking questions. Furthermore, the whites felt they have hierarchy above others and thus demanding obedience and respect at all times. MLK rightfully believed what the whites were doing was wrong and even though it was looked down upon my society he commercialized the wrong doings of the whites. King did what he thought was right, help colored men and women earn fair rights, all through non-violent acts. King used the power of words to bring justice and freedom to the United States. Martin Luther King is a positive example of how ones behavior doesn’t have to... Show More

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