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Wives Are People, Too (by I.T.)
When my husband first called for A.A. help, the boys rallied round in such force and with such avid interest that he groggily asked where had they...
Confidential Relationship (by A.W.)
Recently, I spoke before a class in psychology at a college in New Jersey. As the date to speak neared, I began to feel that perhaps I had acted too...
Mail Call for A.A.s at Home and Abroad (by E.A.H.)
When I first came to A.A., sick and sorry, I was warned that I would do better not to try to analyze the why of the Program. The popular phrase was...
News Circuit of A.A.s From All Parts of the World
Chicago, (INS) "There are more than 750,000 who are 'sick persons' in need of competent treatment, Dr. Robert V. Seliger told members of the American...
Man--Not the Bottle (by The South African Hotel Review)
"The scientists are searching for the causes behind problem-drinking--for they know that the root of the trouble lies in the MAN and not in the...
Without Losing (by J.W.W.)
The Alcoholics Anonymous Program is a simple way of life whereby alcoholic minds are restored to sanity. It operates on a spiritual plane in the...
How Alcoholics Anonymous Can Help Doctors and Industry
"INDUSTRY needs A.A.'s help," Dr. John L. Norris, medical director of Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester, N. Y., recently told members of Alcoholics...
Your Wife May Be Sick, Too (by L.W.)
I'M undoubtedly prejudiced, but I feel that more should be said about the wife's side of this story. It is true that coming into A.A. and adjusting...
Alcoholism--A Challenge to the Medical Profession (by MILTON G. POTTER, M.D)
AS chairman of the Committee on the Problems of Alcoholism of the Medical Society of the State of New York, I wish to present the immediate task and...
Industry Looks at Alcoholism
"WE don't have any problem with alcoholics. We fire them." The man who stated this tidy and smug little policy was attending a meeting of industrial...