The 1960s was a time of radical change and upheaval. Do you know which 1960s event do you identify with the most? Take these 10 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
How often do you post your political feelings on Facebook?
Every now and then
I never post my politics online
I don't use Facebook
In your opinion war is ___________.
Everything that's wrong in the world
A necessary evil
Brutal and ugly
How do you feel about progress?
It's absolutely necessary
It can lead to negative changes
What can you be found doing on a warm summer night?
Drinking a beer and listening to music
Reading a good book
Kicking back in a hammock
What type of environment can make you feel a bit uneasy?
Are you confrontational?
I can be very confrontational
I avoid confrontation like the plague
It depends on the situation
Which scent can always calm you down?
Which American holiday do you most enjoy celebrating?
The Fourth of July
In high school, you were voted ___________.
Most likely to succeed
Most likely to become president
Which of these qualities is your biggest strength?
The 1960s event that you identify with the most is the moon landing! Not only was the moon landing a giant step towards progress, but it captured your attention as a kid. It's one of the first news stories that you remember truly caring about. To infinity and beyond!
The Moon Landing
The 1960s event that you identify with the most is Woodstock! The Woodstock music festival is one of the most iconic events of all time. Not only do you identify with the sentiments of peace and love put forth at the festival, but music is truly your first passion!
The 1960s event that you identify with the most is the Kennedy assassination. As a truly patriotic person who respects what government represents and can do, you've always felt a bit saddened by the death of President Kennedy. This event truly rings out your sense of empathy and compassion.
The Kennedy Assassination
The 1960s event that you identify with the most is the rise of Haight Asbury and the hippy movement! You'll always have a soft spot for this San Francisco neighborhood and everything that it came to represent. As a mellow person who loves unity, this was truly a movement you could get behind.
The 1960's event that you most identify with is the Beatle's appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Not only are you a true music lover, but you recognize that this event changed the face of music forever. You'll always love America's response to the fab four and the British invasion.
The Beatles On Ed Sullivan