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The Past Is Past (by Lois K.)
The other night I made an A.A. call on a woman who had been dry eleven months last August and who has been nibbling and binging, wailing and...
Vino Vignettes: (by Hugh B.)
It was nearing midnight on New Year's Eve in the New York A.A. clubhouse when Bill the brakeman, over a cup of coffee recalled how 1945 had brought...
It Works (by Charly C.)
In January 1942 my book, Drunks Are Square Pegs was published. This book contained a fairly complete story of my struggles, defeats and victories as...
A.A. and the Advertising Man
As an A.A. of five years' standing and an advertising man of 30 years' experience, I feel qualified to make a few observations on the relation of...
From the Outside, Looking In (by Jessica Bove)
(How do we look to total strangers, to people who have never suffered personally from pangs of alcoholism, or who have never even lived near enough...
July 8, 1944
(Early in January of this year, many A.A.s in the New York area were saddened by the death of one of the older members after a long and gallant...
Tribute From a Son (by Raymond)
(The boy, home on furlough from the Pacific, wanted to tell his father how much the latter's coming into A.A. had meant to everyone. But he couldn't...
When Alcoholics Come of Age (by R.F.S.)
Reference has already been made in these pages to the proposition that alcoholics who have adopted the precepts and carry out the practice of A.A....
End of War, Beginning of A.A. (by J.W.)
My terminal leave from the Army Air Corps and my entrance into A.A. began on practically the same day. I am able to look back on seven months of...
Slips
(Second in a series of discussions on the cause or causes of "slips," in which different A.A.s present their ideas, experiences and suggestions as...