Sense and suggestions in a discussion of the problems facing the consumer today, with money available and commodities limited. Rationing, which should be more rather than less; problems of quality, quantity, distribution, the black markets. Inflation and means of counteracting it through savings, price control, taxes. The need for all-out-production of musts, the need for conservation, care and repair of what we can no longer buy. Community cooperation through projects, through services and agencies, through consumer organization and outlook. And the post-war blueprint of maintaining and expanding production for peace time welfare. Practical and possible.