Can You Pass This Hippy Flower Power Quiz?

Were you a 1960s flower child? It's time for you to put your 1960s know how to the test. Do you think you can pass this hippy flower quiz? Take these 12 questions and find out!
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Which poet popularized the concept of nonviolent anti-war protesting?
Jack Kerouac
William S. Burroughs
Allen Ginsberg
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While several cities experienced flower power mania, which city became the epicenter of the hippie culture?
New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
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Which iconic building did thousands of hippies attempt to levitate in 1967?
Pentagon
White House
Lincoln Memorial
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What music festival was a highlight of the summer of 1967?
Monterey International Pop Festival
Newport Folk Festival
Woodstock
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In 1967, which pop hit became the anthem of the Summer of Love in San Francisco?
"San Francisco"
"Daydream Believer"
"Light My Fire"
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What did Jimi Hendrix light on fire while performing at the Monterey International Pop Festival?
A joint
An American flag
His guitar
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Who told hippies to "tune in, turn on and drop out?"
Ken Kesey
Timothy Leary
Allan Ginsberg
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A member of Hell's Angels killed a concert goer at a concert for which iconic band in the 1960s?
The Rolling Stones
The Beatles
The Who
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What year did the term "hippie" come to be?
1960
1945
1953
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Who coined the popular 1960s slogan, "Make Love, Not War?"
Gershon Legman
John Lennon
Bob Dylan
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What popular music magazine released its first issue in 1967?
Spin
Cream
Rolling Stone
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Which quintessential hippie album was released in 1967?
The Who: "Tommy"
The Beatles: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
The Rolling Stones: "Gimme Shelter"
Result
Based on the results of this quiz you are hippie happy! We get the feeling that the 1960s were an amazing time for you. While you might not remember all of the facts associated with the hippie movement, you have an amazing handle on the basics. Well done!

C+, Hippie Happy

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are flower power cool! When it comes to hippie culture and history, you're a relative expert. You might not know everything, but you know way more than the average Joe. Love, peace, and everything in between is truly your way of life.

B+, Flower Child Cool

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a hippie hero! Well done! You know the hippie culture like a true flower child! There's no fooling you when it comes to this iconic time in history. We commend you for your totally chill nature and awesome hippie aptitude!

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1
Which poet popularized the concept of nonviolent anti-war protesting?
Jack Kerouac
William S. Burroughs
Allen Ginsberg
2
While several cities experienced flower power mania, which city became the epicenter of the hippie culture?
New York
San Francisco
Los Angeles
3
Which iconic building did thousands of hippies attempt to levitate in 1967?
Pentagon
White House
Lincoln Memorial
4
What music festival was a highlight of the summer of 1967?
Monterey International Pop Festival
Newport Folk Festival
Woodstock
5
In 1967, which pop hit became the anthem of the Summer of Love in San Francisco?
"San Francisco"
"Daydream Believer"
"Light My Fire"
6
What did Jimi Hendrix light on fire while performing at the Monterey International Pop Festival?
A joint
An American flag
His guitar
7
Who told hippies to "tune in, turn on and drop out?"
Ken Kesey
Timothy Leary
Allan Ginsberg
8
A member of Hell's Angels killed a concert goer at a concert for which iconic band in the 1960s?
The Rolling Stones
The Beatles
The Who
9
What year did the term "hippie" come to be?
1960
1945
1953
10
Who coined the popular 1960s slogan, "Make Love, Not War?"
Gershon Legman
John Lennon
Bob Dylan
11
What popular music magazine released its first issue in 1967?
Spin
Cream
Rolling Stone
12
Which quintessential hippie album was released in 1967?
The Who: "Tommy"
The Beatles: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
The Rolling Stones: "Gimme Shelter"