Morris Seidman is a lovable guy who has come up the hard way. His daughter is boy crazy and his son is a militant idealist. Morris has problems at work, too, due to hiring his son. Morris not only loses one of his biggest buyers, but loses some of his most valuable workers. But he did not get to his present position without resources, and in his genial way he concludes about his son that every generation has to learn from its own experiences.