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Editorial
At some point in our AA careers, many of us have found ourselves worrying about the future of the movement. Will AA go the way of previous "movements...
Two Members Call For A Look at Ourselves (by Bill G.)
I was the first or one of the first subscribers to The Grapevine in the Washington area. Every time The Grapevine hits my house I have a grand AA...
A.A. Publishing Inc.
First Legacy The 12 Steps For the individual, AA's 12 Steps have brought recovery from alcoholism to thousands. Second Legacy The 12 Traditions For...
Growing With AA (by Bill K.)
I CAME to Alcoholics Anonymous to get sober. For me it was a long and difficult task. . .chiefly because I chose to make it so. In AA we have twelve...
Convention News
MAKE way for a new AA slogan! It's only a temporary one, to be sure, but chances are it will be heard with increasing frequency in AA circles during...
Milestone Iv (by The Editors)
NEXT MONTH your Grapevine will appear in a new dress. . .a new body type face known as Century Schoolbook in the printing trade. There will also be...
Take Four. . .
CONTRIBUTIONS to General Service Headquarters from AA groups totalled in the neighborhood of $166,000 for 1956, according to a preliminary report. A...
AA World Wide
SEVENTY-NINE DELEGATES representing all states and provinces in the United States and Canada met in New York April 17-21 for the Seventh Annual...
AA World Wide
PUBLICATION OF THE 1957 "GROUP HANDBOOK AND DIRECTORY" coincided with the Seventh General Service Conference (reported elsewhere in this issue.) The...
Delegates' Corner (by D.H.)
I HAVE BEEN PRETTY BUSY since the Conference, getting the dates set for my report to the districts in my area. I have been super-busy fixing up one...