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The results of the 1977 survey of AA membership in the U.S. and Canada have been carefully analyzed, and they are now summarized in a new leaflet...
PO Box 1980 (by N. F.)
Finding myself drunk again regardless of my will not to drink that day, I phoned AA. Within a short while, two very together ladies sitting at my...
Self-support (by F. B.)
OUR TRADITION of self-support (long form) indicates that "the AA groups themselves ought to be fully supported by the voluntary contributions of...
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At the initiative of nonalcoholic chairperson Gordon Patrick, AA's General Service Board has instituted a five-year plan to bring AA into full...
A Visit to My Office (by D. H.)
When my husband and I decided to plan a weekend trip to New York, the first thing I thought of was "Broadway." However, he mentioned visiting the...
Walking the Walk (by B. I.)
When I was new to AA, I was told that this program was or should be regarded by me as the most valuable possession I had. I accepted that--at least...
Love in Work Clothes (by C. C.)
In July of 1985, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of our Fellowship. For all of us who were there, it was truly a milestone in the history of AA....
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Perhaps it was inevitable that Robert P. Morse, who currently serves as treasurer of AA's General Service Board, would be a Class A (nonalcoholic)...
PO Box 1980 (by P. S.)
Once upon a time there was a publication called Grapevine. I understand Grapevine was an acronym for "Great Reading About Positive Experiences,...
PO Box 1980 (by R.G.)
Today I was reading an old Grapevine thinking that it was a recent issue. The article "Are We Getting Too Fancy?" was about holding our regional and...