Jack Alexander

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The Faith That Moves Drunks Can Move the World! (by JACK ALEXANDER)
A FRIEND of mine in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, who has a scholarly talent for simplifying abstruse matters, has been studying the vitamin-pill segment...
Courage to Change the Things We Can 1944-1954 (by M. M.)
IT'S hard to realize today that when the year 1944 began the word alcoholism was still a hush-hush word, not to be uttered above a whisper, taboo to...
Who Are AA'S Trustees?
In response to many inquiries indicating widespread interest in AA's national affairs, the Grapevine is glad to publish a list of the nonalcoholic...
Around AA - Items of AA Information and Experience
AHistory of Washington State Alcoholics Anonymous has been published giving capsule histories of the state's groups, background on the beginning of...
Around AA - Items of AA Information and Experience
Our Fellowship has reason to be forever grateful to Jack Alexander, who died on September 17 in St. Petersburg, Fla., at 73. AA was less than six...
AA and the Grapevine. . .The First Ten Years (by M. M.)
IT'S HARD to realize today that when the year 1944 began, alcoholism was still a hush-hush word, not to be uttered above a whisper, taboo to most...
Strange questions (by MARNIN)
JUST wanted to share some of the more "interesting questions" that I've tried to answer these past years answering the phones at our local intergroup...