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Muhammad Ali's Leadership
Transcript of Muhammad Ali's Leadership
Ali represented Chiefly racial pride to blacks.
He became the most influential and significant athlete in history.
Ali was admired mostly because of his ability to be both a boxer and have moral courage and a social conscience all at the same time.
He set the best example to his fans when he retired from boxing.
Ali also had a negative effect on the people that
he was leading.
Muhammad Ali was supposed to
be drafted into the Vietnam
War. Ali refused to go. Muhammad Ali Insperational Video Works Cited Gorn, Elliott J., Muhammad Ali: The People's Champ.
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Random House, 1998. Print. Muhammad Ali showed everyone that he goes through exactly what we all go through as well. He has been through the fear of aging, of falling ill, of being vulnerable.
Ali was given the honor to light the Olympic flame.
Ali's motivation for staying alive is mainly for publicity. He wants to stay alive in order to make people happy and to do good deeds.