Can You Identify The Most Influential Men Of The 60s?

The 60s were wrought with powerful influential men. Do you think you can identify these groovy power players? Take these 12 questions and find out!
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Which influential 60s man coached the Green Bay Packers into two Super Bowls?
Vince Lombardi
John Madden
Tom Landry
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Which notable human rights activist was assassinated in 1965 at the age of 39?
Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X
Claude Black
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Which famed director was known for toying with audience emotions and pioneering several psychological thrillers including "The Birds?"
Alfred Hitchcock
Stanley Kubrick
Steven Spielberg
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Which famous athlete won a gold medal in 1960 for his boxing dominance?
Sonny Liston
Muhammad Ali
Floyd Patterson
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Which 60s US president was known for his zany tactics and comments?
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson
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Which popular folk singer is ranked along with the likes of Mozart for his influence in music?
Bob Dylan
Pete Seger
Donavan
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Which popular pop group is the best selling of all time and is known for their position on politics and social issues?
The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
The Who
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Which eloquent and beloved president aided America to safety during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
John F. Kennedy
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Richard Nixon
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Which man is known for volunteering for "the most dangerous and hazardous adventure man has ever embarked upon?"
Buzz Aldrin
Neil Armstrong
John Glenn
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Which incredibly beloved civil rights leader won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1964?
Jesse Jackson
Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X
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Which astronaut was the first man to make orbital space flight in 1962?
Buzz Aldrin
John Glenn
Alan Shepherd
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Which animation savant died in 1966 in California?
Walt Disney
Charles Shultz
Jim Davis
Result
You are 60s sharp! While you couldn't identify every influential man on this list, you did put in a valiant effort! We're impressed the with the knowledge you do possess on notable male figures in history. Good job!

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You are a 60s superstar! When it comes to identifying the most important and influential men of the 1960s, you are a true savant. You know your stuff when it comes to crucial male figures in American history.

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You are 60s smart! Congratulations, not many people can identify the most influential men of the 60s based on a few facts. You truly have a knack for American history, especially identifying notable male figures.

A+, 60s Smart

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1
Which influential 60s man coached the Green Bay Packers into two Super Bowls?
Vince Lombardi
John Madden
Tom Landry
2
Which notable human rights activist was assassinated in 1965 at the age of 39?
Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X
Claude Black
3
Which famed director was known for toying with audience emotions and pioneering several psychological thrillers including "The Birds?"
Alfred Hitchcock
Stanley Kubrick
Steven Spielberg
4
Which famous athlete won a gold medal in 1960 for his boxing dominance?
Sonny Liston
Muhammad Ali
Floyd Patterson
5
Which 60s US president was known for his zany tactics and comments?
John F. Kennedy
Richard Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson
6
Which popular folk singer is ranked along with the likes of Mozart for his influence in music?
Bob Dylan
Pete Seger
Donavan
7
Which popular pop group is the best selling of all time and is known for their position on politics and social issues?
The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
The Who
8
Which eloquent and beloved president aided America to safety during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
John F. Kennedy
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Richard Nixon
9
Which man is known for volunteering for "the most dangerous and hazardous adventure man has ever embarked upon?"
Buzz Aldrin
Neil Armstrong
John Glenn
10
Which incredibly beloved civil rights leader won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1964?
Jesse Jackson
Martin Luther King Jr.
Malcolm X
11
Which astronaut was the first man to make orbital space flight in 1962?
Buzz Aldrin
John Glenn
Alan Shepherd
12
Which animation savant died in 1966 in California?
Walt Disney
Charles Shultz
Jim Davis