The World in June 1967: CES occurred just as the “Summer of Love” began amid anti-war protests, civil rights marches, and the sex, drugs and rock n’ roll counter-culture revolution — a world in which adults knew something was happening but didn’t know what it was. The baby boom generation was just becoming an economic as well as a cultural force, “Bonanza” was the top-rated TV show, “The Dirty Dozen” was the big hit at the box office, and “Groovin'” by the Young Rascals was the nation’s top song. In the three weeks before CES opened, The Beatles’ landmark “Sgt. Pepper” album was released, the Israel-Arab Six-Day War began and ended, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized interracial marriage in Loving v. Virginia, and the Monterey Pop Festival had occurred. Median annual U.S. income was $7,300, a new house cost $14,250, the average new car cost $2,750, gas was 33 cents a gallon, and a movie ticket was $1.25.