Tradition Six

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Confessions of an AA Circuit-rider (by Tom, Dick and Harry)
YOU'VE seen me around. Me or my counterpart. I'm the AA you're likely to hear as Guest Speaker at your annual banquet. Then maybe a month or so later...
One Purpose Only (by H. W. D.)
ONE of the most common faults of the alcoholic, in my opinion, is our fickleness. Control of our emotions, depth of our interest, loyalty and...
Around AA - Items of AA Information and Experience
During the discussions at the first World Service Conference, Delegates cited two classic instances of the way AA spreads by the efforts of roving...
PO Box 1980 (by R. B.)
Recently, when going into a local central office, I was surprised to see the shelves loaded with "twenty-four-hour books" and "little red books."...
Cartoons
Tradition Six: An AA group ought never endorse, finance or lend the AA name to any related facility or outside enterprise, lest problems of money,...
Practice These Principles. . .
Should my fellow group members and I raise money to endow several AA beds in our local hospital? Is it good for a group to lease a small building?...
PO Box 1980 (by ANONYMOUS)
Something real good happened last night "behind the walls" in a correctional facility here. A month ago, at an open AA meeting here, a nonalcoholic...
Your Move (by J. B.)
  Reader responses to the June 1988 "On the Grapevine" topic: "Is AA Changing?" We received so many thoughtful responses to this topics that...
We Pay Our Own Way (by Merl M.)
Over the years, I've been privileged to hear a number of AAs tell why the Traditions were drafted and why adherence to them is of continuing...
Tradition Six (by Bill W.)
The sixth of our Twelve Points of AA Tradition is deemed so important that it states at length the relation of the AA movement to money and property...