The chairman of the Nat'l. Com. on Housing discusses the need for housing, and the handicaps it faces, in a realistic, practical consideration of urban and rural living, of incomes too low to meet building costs, of money, taxes, land and construction. She shows how construction costs could be lowered -- the tax reforms proposed -- neighborhood considerations -- urban problems. She discusses the pros and cons of public housing. A judicious, informed and substantiated presentation of the problem in its various aspects.