Justifying the Means: History Quiz Stats

Quiz Updated Mar 15, 2012

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'Bad' Act(s) Person % Correct
Stole from the richRobin Hood
93.4%
Committed treason, led rebellionGeorge Washington
92.3%
Arrested 30 times in places like Birmingham, Montgomery, and AtlantaDr. Martin Luther King Jr.
90.5%
Authorized destruction of Southern infrastructure, suspended writ of habeas corpusAbraham Lincoln
89.8%
Got very lost, never found IndiesChristopher Columbus
89.7%
Broke up the BeatlesJohn Lennon
87.3%
Fraternized with prostitutes, worked on the Sabbath, overturned tables of money changersJesus Christ
85.9%
Excommunicated by Pope Leo XMartin Luther
84.5%
Led ANC's armed struggle, jailed for 27 yearsNelson Mandela
83.1%
Owned slaves at Virginia estateThomas Jefferson
77.3%
Exposed herself to massive radiation resulting in aplastic anemiaMarie Curie
76.4%
'Bad' Act(s) Person % Correct
Authored banned book, found 'vehemently suspected of heresy'Galileo Galilei
71.5%
Shot crossbow bolt at son's fruit-covered headWilliam Tell
59.7%
Used 'horizontal integration' to control oil industryJohn D. Rockefeller
54.6%
Destroyed Tyre, besieged GazaAlexander the Great
52.5%
Signed death warrant for Charles IOliver Cromwell
49.9%
Rode naked through the streets of CoventryLady Godiva
46.8%
Led discovery of new destructive weaponJ. Robert Oppenheimer
43.8%
Crossed Rubicon, started a civil warJulius Caesar
41.8%
Bought Alaska in major 'folly'William Seward
41.3%
Arrested by Louis XVI for going to AmericaMarquis de Lafayette
35%

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