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Our Town (by H. G. L.)
OUR town, which boasts of a population of around 8,000, is located about fifty miles from St. Louis. It is a good industrial town and the people are...
From the Grass Roots (by C. P. F.)
WE IN AA have all received so many great blessings and assets that it is with extreme trepidation that anyone wants to say which is the greatest. But...
We Don't Reach Down. . .We Just Reach Out! (by R. R. T.)
THE phone rings. It's a drunk! He's in the "Green Lantern," crying in his beer. You know him, and you know everyone has tried to help him. . .but to...
A Tale of Two AAs (by Charles)
GEORGE was a worker in a Southern textile mill. He was a drunkard. His little wife who had a God-like soul stuck to him although, once when drunk, he...
From the Grass Roots (by Anonymous)
I would like some help or advice. This is my problem. I came to AA about sixteen months ago because my wife thought I was drinking too much. I...
From the Grass Roots (by V. D.)
(The following is part of a discussion by the leader of a group meeting in Transvaal, South Africa)
Are Women the Orphans of AA? (by B. D.)
WOMEN are only tolerated in AA; they are the orphans of AA! This fact may account in part for the ridiculously small percentage of women members who...
WHOLESALE" 12TH STEP WORK (by J .B.)
RARE is the group that does not receive a call, now and then, from a frantic wife, mother, or someone else closely related to the alcoholic who is...
Editorial
With this month of May, there is across the northern half of a troubled world the full bloom of mid-Spring. The long testing of undecided March has...
How Many AAS?
IF the first million is the hardest, Alcoholics Anonymous has done one-eighth of the job. . .worldwide membership in our Society has passed the...