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A.A. Tomorrow (by Bill)
THIS BOOK has given us some wonderful glimpses of the panorama of AA at work in the twenty-fifth year of its founding. We marvel and rejoice that the...
Epilogue -- Dr. Bob (by Bill W.)
Dear Friends: This has been a contemporary account of Alcoholics Anonymous in the twenty-fifth year of its founding. Yet we know that our wonderful...
Divided I Stand (by F. C.)
THAT'S right. One foot in AA and the other foot in the civilian world. Divided I stand, like thousands of other AAs who are married to nonalcoholics...
Beware of Blackmail (by W. H.)
A SELFISH program. That's what I heard when I joined AA: It is a selfish program for staying sober. I heard no mention of how this "selfishness"...
We Were All Alike (by K. P.)
As AA grows older, its new members grow younger. Here are three stories from AAs who need never know how far downhill the road run...and one from a...
The Bridge (by K. M.)
I'VE BEEN an AA member for nine years, and the problem of the young AA has been one that I have reflected upon for some time. I came into AA when I...
Generation Gap Revisited (by F. M.)
LISTEN, my children, I've been on this program for a quarter of a century, and when I joined I felt old, used up, consumed, and done for, as old as...
Coming of Age in Sobriety (by H. M. K.)
IN MARCH of 1961, I was twenty-eight years old. I had been elected president of a civic club. I was a deacon and a Sunday-school teacher. I had a...
Alcohol and Pills (by William Bisher, MD)
Although the pill problem has always been with us, there is today a "pill explosion" in our society. Many newcomers to AA have the dual problem of...
The Doctor Who Switched Hang-ups (by Dr. Hal S.)
I WAS A low-bottom type, a wino, a skid-row drunk. Alcoholics Anonymous changed that as of July 21, 1956. But after more than thirteen years of...