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Editorial: (by The Trustees of The Alcoholic Found)
(Editor's Note: The following statement was not prompted by the incidents mentioned in the Editorial on the opposite page but refers to other...
SOLICITATIONS
In recent weeks many requests to publish articles of a commercial nature have come into The A. A. Grapevine office. Recently, too, it has been...
Typical Misconceptions About AA
IS NOT a religious movement IS NOT a temperance movement IS NOT a social service organization (it has no paid social workers or professional field...
As the Pins Go Marching By (by Anonymous)
At the office of the Alcoholic Foundation there is a big map with pins showing where there are groups of AA. Many of us have been happy to see those...
The Korean Story
Sometimes contacting AA members in far corners of the world takes a bit of doing but it does get accomplished. An incident has just happened in your...
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...
How AA Started in Brazil
September 30, 1947 Dear Miss L.