History Quiz / Which Happened First - 1960s

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Which event happened first? A Sporcle-themed trip back to the '60s. (Choose A or B)

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AFirst to OccurB
SPORTS - The first Super BowlWilt Chamberlain's 100-point game
GEOGRAPHY - Kenya's independence from the UKAlgeria's independence from France
MUSIC - Jimi Hendrix plays the Star Spangled Banner at WoodstockBob Dylan plugs in at Newport festival
MOVIES - Bonnie and Clyde releasedButch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid released
TV - The Beatles make their first live US performance on the Ed Sullivan ShowThe Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson premiers with Groucho Marx as the first guest
MISCELLANEOUS - The first T.G.I. Friday's restaurant opensThe first Wendy's opens
HISTORY - Robert Kennedy assasinatedMartin Luther King Jr. assasinated
LITERATURE - Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird is publishedTruman Capote's In Cold Blood is published
LANGUAGE - Richard Nixon says 'Sock it to me' on Laugh-InSecretary of Defense Melvin Laird first coins the term Vietnamization (Vietnamizing)
SCIENCE - Alan Shepard is the first American in spaceYuri Gagarin is the first Russian in space
GAMING - The first Ken doll is introducedThe first G.I. Joe action figure is introduced
ENTERTAINMENT - Death of Jayne MansfieldDeath of Marilyn Monroe
RELIGION - Paul VI becomes popeThe Beatles travel to India to study under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
HOLIDAY - A Charlie Brown Christmas first airsArlo Guthrie releases the Thanksgiving Day classic 'Alice's Restaurant'

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