Pictorial, economic analysis at its best was seen in the authors' Rich Man, Poor Man. Now they have done it again in the same manner, with graphic technique and excellent text to show how income is acquired and how spent, the relation of consumption to production, and the various prescriptions for prosperity. They outline the objectives of the New Deal, pose questions pro and con, and discuss in brief and pungent form, dramatized with graphs and charts, the-various panaceas, -- the Townsend Plan, cooperatives, the industrial expansion act, and so on. The last section presents a program for housing and a program for youth. Stimulating and challenging.