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Some Thoughts About Think (by J. F.)
"Upon what meat doth this our Caesar feed, that he is grown so great?" This quotation was probably applicable to some of us during our drinking days...
Foreword (by THE EDITORS)
A TWENTY-FIFTH anniversary has come to have a kind of organic importance of its own--no matter what it celebrates. A quarter of a century is always...
The Language of the Heart (by Bill W.)
MY WORKSHOP stands on a hill back of our home. Looking over the valley I see the village community house where our local group meets. Beyond the...
AA on Location
FIRST OF ALL, to the uninitiated, I would like to explain that "location" in the motion picture business means to film a picture, or a part of a...
An A.A. Appraisal (by Dr. Karl Menninger)
MY GRATITUDE for what Alcoholics Anonymous has done for the relief of suffering in this country impels me to take time to respond to the invitation...
AA in the Theater
EXCEPTING FIRE and bad third acts there is nothing so feared in the theater as alcoholism. Long before it was known for the disease it is, it...
AA + Gp = Progress (by Dr. William W. Bauer)
Now THAT alcoholism is widely regarded by the medical profession as a disease, and the public is coming more slowly to the same appreciation, it is...
What Happened to the Newspaper Drunk?
WHEN I first met Eddie Irish (that's not his name but it'll pass), he was more or less suspended on one half of his hind end on a gilt ballroom chair...
Problems with the Alcoholic Executive (by Ivan Underwood)
NO ONE has yet measured the waste of American productivity resulting directly and indirectly from the alcoholic executive. But we do know there are...
Across the Border (by Judge Hector Perrier)
I AM happy to contribute to the special Grapevine publication on the occasion of AA's twenty-fifth anniversary. Your association has every reason to...