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Some of the Problems of 12th Step Work (by M. A. C.)
After something more than two years of 12th Step work, it appears that the chances of success depend very largely on the prospect. However, results...
Pills and 12th Step Work (by L.M.D.)
(Editor's Note: The following was written by an M.D. who also is an A.A.) The wide-spread, unsupervised use of the barbiturate group of drugs,...
Vino Vignettes: (by C. C.)
"The 2nd Step was a tough one for me," said C. H. "It had me absolutely stopped at first and I might not have gone on if I hadn't sort of regarded A....
Defends Early 12th Step Work (by M. S.)
The article "Two Classes Who Fade --A Third Finds the Way," in the September 1945 Grapevine, seem to me based on misleading classifications, the...
What Is the Alcoholic's Moral Responsibility? (by R.F.S.)
Alcoholism has been traditionally regarded as a vice, with the implication of moral responsibility that such a characterization involves. The modern...
Sick Bed a Test of Friendships (by C. E. F.)
Occasionally an A.A. gets sick --legitimately --even as the average run of people. When you're laid up for weeks, there isn't much chance of a slip,...
Vino Vignettes: (by N.F.)
I heard about A.A. at a Christmas party last year but I thought it was a sort of club that would get someone off a bender --period! Right then, I was...
No Exceptions (by Abbott T.)
Many A.A. members create an unnecessary mental hazard for themselves over the approach of the Christmas and New Year holidays.
ST. Paul's Four Discussion Groups (by L.S.L.)
(Continuing the series outlining the various plans and methods followed by different groups throughout the country.) The present plan of discussions...
A.A. at Work for the Seamen (by Bill F.)
In reference to my work at Seamen's Church Institute in Manhattan, I submit an analysis briefly covering the rudimentary details of my job, including...