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Rendezvous in Buxton (by M. B.)
OUR destination was Buxton, Derbyshire; the object was to attend the sixth annual AA Convention of England and Wales, held last May. Ann, of General...
What We Were Like
In the spring of 1971, newspapers around the country reported the passing of Bill W. in New York City, one of the two co-founders of Alcoholics...
Tradition Four (by Bill W.)
Tradition Four is a specific application of general principles already outlined in Traditions One and Two. Tradition One states: "Each member of...
Young Kevin (by George M.)
Bill W. was so confident, when he wrote of our condition as we reach Step Ten, that "sanity will have returned. We will seldom be interested in...
Three Years Tomorrow (by Carl R.)
A cake? Coins at the end of the meeting? A speech? Accolades from friends and sponsors? Perhaps. If I make it through the rest of today without...
What We Were Like (by Igor S.)
One of the very early recovering alcoholics who worked with co-founder Bill W. was a man named Al, whose mother was secretary to Emmet Fox, a popular...