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Charming Is the Word for Alcoholics (by Fulton Oursler)
Down at the very bottom of the social scale of A.A. society are the pariahs, the untouchables and the outcasts, all under-privileged and all known by...
Points of View (by Violet S. et al.)
Dear Grapevine: . . .to puff and flatter alcoholics by saying that they laugh 'at ghoulish memories over which weaker souls would cringe' is to do...
From the N. Y. Sun:
From the N. Y. World-Telegram: Fifteen hundred people, most of them former drunks, assembled last night at the Hotel Commodore to celebrate the 10th...
Refer to the Higher Power (by Bob D.)
IN his recent book, Precious Secrets, Fulton Oursler tells a story from Cape Cod which suggests a reason for the alcoholic's plight and a reason for...
Pleasures of Reading
DESCRIBED on the jacket of his book, The Precious Secret, as "Senior Editor of The Reader's Digest, for many years editor of Liberty, successful...
Our Business Is to Understand (by E. McD.)
It may not be our doing entirely that the law of nature was altered so that we became alcoholics. We can not change that now. We are not lawmakers,...
Charming Is the Word for Alcoholics (by Fulton Oursler)
Down at the very bottom of the social scale of AA society are the pariahs, the untouchables and the outcasts, all under-privileged and all known by...
PO Box 1980 (by D. H. N.)
"A Doctor's Inventory," in the April Grapevine, is one of the finest things I have read in regard to the alcoholic and his thinking. When I first...
Charming Is the Word for Alcoholics (by Fulton Oursler)
DOWN AT THE bottom of the social scale of AA society are the pariahs, the untouchables, and the outcasts, all underprivileged and all known by one...
Our Eyes, Ears and Public Image
Excerpted from the Fall/Winter 1995-1996 edition of the General Service Office newsletter for professionals, "About AA"