Tradition Ten

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An AA Editor Speaks On Traditions IX & X (by Archie P.)
SINCE an alcoholic will never be dictated to, I doubt whether he would ever maintain his sobriety if he were subject to any "organization," in the...
Around AA - Items of AA Information and Experience (by Freeman)
A drunk-driver bill introduced by Assemblyman Vincent R. Mathews (D., Waukesha) would allow a judge to require a convicted drunken driver to attend...
PO Box 1980 (by M. S.)
Hats off to C. B. of Santa Maria, Calif., for "Getting the Drunks In" (April Grapevine). I agree with all of what he said. In our area, there are...
PO Box 1980 (by D. H.)
I just received my July Grapevine, and have been spending a pleasant hour or so reading it. However, when I saw the Victor E. cartoon, I nearly...
Cartoons
Tradition Ten: Alcoholics Anonymous has no opinion on outside issues; hence the AA name ought never be drawn into public controversy.
PO Box 1980 (by C. M.)
What's the answer to this question, "Who writes the Grapevine?" Well, for the May issue the answer is "They did."
PO Box 1980 (by ANONYMOUS)
War broke out Wednesday. I was numb. Thursday and Friday I was despondent. Saturday I went to a rally. I felt I had to do something, and lo and...
The Beauty of Tradition Ten (by Matt F.)
Sobriety in AA is the first thing in my life that has really worked. I'm grateful to fellow AAs who've shown me how not to drink on a daily basis,...
Tradition Ten (by Bill W.)
To most of us, Alcoholics Anonymous has become as solid as the Rock of Gibraltar. We like to believe that it will soon be as well-known and just as...
AA Has No Opinion (by Eva M.)
One of the things I have noticed over the last few year--sand see as a sign of growth--is that I do not have to have an opinion on every issue there...