In this article from Civil Rights to Megachurches the writer talks about how social change movements failed due to social habits, weak ties, social ties. In the article, the writer expresses “ social habits are why some initiatives become world-changing movements While others fail to ignite. And the reason why social habits have such influences because at the root of many movements be they large-scale revolutions or simple fluctuations in the church as people attend is a three-part process that historians and sociologists say show up again and again. Of movement starts because of the social habits of friendship in the strong ties between close acquaintances. It grows because of the habits of the community and the weak ties that hold neighborhoods and clans together. And it endures because of movements leaders give participants new habits that create a fresh sense of identity and feeling of ownership.” Charles Duhigg Is trying to shine light on the Rosa Parks bus incident incident and to show how even though what happened to her sparked a huge Civil Rights Campaign and also a new social pattern because of her social habits within the community, there were situations where the weak ties were often more important than the strong ties because we ties give us access to social networks where we don’t belong otherwise. this is where the movement started to fail because they were fighting more against the social system than trying to reach out for allies in it. there were obligations in the community that Martin Luther King thought was obligated. the community which in Rosa Park was from felt pressure to stand up for what happened to earn to shine a light on this issue and to stand together in fear that anyone who didn’t do that wasn’t someone that they wanted to be friends with. the social habits in this movement weren’t strong enough because they weren’t able to extend on their own so this led to the community to become struggling.