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AA In A Nutshell (by Anonymous)
A. A. Goes to Sea
Or rather the merchant seamen have discovered A.A.! Just over a year ago, Dr. Florence Powdermaker, a well-known psycho-analyst, sent us a patient--...
The Words of a Dangling Man (by David R.)
"Off Again, On Again Finnegan" has a new lot of loyal rooters: the "You're In--You're Out" selective service inductees, aged twenty-six to thirty-...
Lives and Man-hours Saved by Coast A. A. (by Richmond Independent, June 21, 1944)
We all know that A.A. saves lives. But in war-time, and in the country that is "the arsenal of democracy," man-hours saved in war industries also...
Five Alcoholics Looking for the Perfect Pitch
More and more musicians and show people are getting into A.A. In our New York group, we have a young orchestra. Rudy is the greatest French horn...
Do You Know:
Gabbing as is our wont, the other evening at air-conditioned Stewarts, after a Thursday closed meeting, an A.A. member asked why we didn't have one...
Do You Know: (by J.A.D.)
It was in Washington in the Spring that the telephone technique of A.A. saved me from a tumble. I had just accepted an invitation to dinner from an...
Rudy, Pee Wee, Paula, Peggy & Johnny
In last month's issue the story was told of Rudy, the greatest French horn player in the country, his friend Pee Wee, one of the finest hot trumpet...
Do You Know: (by R. K. F.)
How often have you heard it said, "I was too busy to make the meeting last night," or, "I was so darn tired I just couldn't get there"? Of course,...
Editorial: (by Earl T.)
The A.A. program itself is simple. Why do too many of us try to read complexities and mysteries into the 12 steps? In our drinking days our lives...