Quiz: Which '60s TV Woman are You?
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Which '60s TV Woman are You?
By: Teresa M.

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Headstrong. Blazing new territory. The Women's Liberation Movement of the '60s changed the times, which was reflected in the television shows that hit the airwaves then. Forget Father Knows Best.  Now you could tune into programs where women were finding their voices, and doing more than taking care of children and cleaning the house. Who did you model yourself after? The fiery and funny Lucille Ball? The independent and charming Mary Tyler Moore? Or was there another heroine you saw yourself in? Take this quiz and we'll match your personality traits to the celebrities who spoke to millions through the small screen. Do it now by clicking below. 

As a new day dawned on equal rights, equal pay and respect of the "weaker" sex, it was time to change the script that held women down.  But there is no single woman who could represent the movement or could represent your individual complexity and personal opinions. However, let us narrow down the choices and tell you which '60 television star you are most like. From favorite bands to politics, we will ask you revealing questions and then see if you agree with the celebrity whom we feel suits you best. Take the quiz right now. 




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