The 1960s was rife with some of America's most pugnacious and memorable politicians. Do you know which politician you're most like? Take these 10 questions and find out!
START THE QUIZ!
What is your Political Party?
What cause is near and dear to your heart?
Equal rights for all
Ending world hunger
What region of the US are you from?
I'm not from the US
What's wrong with young people today?
They have an uphill battle to climb
They're too technology obsessed
What do you think marriage is?
Any two people who want to be together
A union between a man and a woman
Just let the government decide
Are you a realist or an idealist?
I'm a realist
I'm an idealist
I'm a mix of both
What do you think about the separation of Church and State?
Religion should stay out of politics
Beliefs should have a say in politics
It doesn't matter to me
How would friends describe you in one word?
What do you think about Global Warming?
We need to stop destroying our planet
Invest in new resources, but GW is fake
I don't know
Do you believe in transparency or secrecy in you day to day life?
The 1960s politician that you're most like is John F. Kennedy! Much like this beloved president, you're pragmatic, compassionate, and always have the best interests of others in mind. With charm, you can make just about anyone go along with one of your great ideas.
John F. Kennedy
The 1960s politician that you're most like is Martin Luther King Jr. Much like this revered activist and politician, you're passionate about what you believe in. You never let others intimidated you or keep you from pursuing your biggest dreams. You're an inspiration to all!
Martin Luther King Jr.
The 1960s politician that you're most like is Robert F. Kennedy! Much like Robert F. Kennedy, you're easy to like and agreeable. You can get along with anyone and everyone, so long as they as open minded as you are!
Robert F. Kennedy
The 1960s politician that you're most like is J. Edgar Hoover! You're determined, headstrong, and never willing to compromise on your beliefs. This might rub some people the wrong way, but it also means you're never straying from your own moral code.
J. Edgar Hoover
The 1960s politician that you're most like is Nelson Mandela! Even in times of strife and difficulty, you find a way to rise up and prove your strength. You're resilient, faithful, and always willing to stand up for what you believe in.