One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

How does McMurphy exert his sense of individualism? How is this sense of individualism transferred from McMurphy to the patients? How is this sense of individualism displayed by the patients?

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McMurphy challenges the status quo of the ward. He teaches the men to question the authority of Nurse Ratched. The men begin to gamble and question the rules of the ward. McMurphy subtly changes routines of the ward like when and what they watch on television. McMurphy exudes an independent spirit that is animated. This is in stark contrast to the docile subservience that Ratched demands from the men on the ward. Please submit each of your other questions one at a time. Thanks.