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Do You Know: (by An Anonymous Doctor)
By the time most of us have reached A.A., we have suffered and, contrary to our expectations, have survived many hangovers. This happy and surprising...
Jack Alexander Of Saturday Evening Post Fame Thought A.A.s Were Pulling His Leg (by Jack Alexander)
Ordinarily, diabetes isn't rated as one of the hazards of reporting, but the Alcoholics Anonymous article in the Saturday Evening Post came close to...
The Pleasures of Reading (by Grace O.)
This book, written by the head professor of psychology at Union College, Albany, deals with one of the most important projects of our day--the...
Editorial: (by D.T.)
"Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity." Here is the Step that makes the sugar in many an alcoholic's blood...
End of War, Beginning of A.A. (by J.W.)
My terminal leave from the Army Air Corps and my entrance into A.A. began on practically the same day. I am able to look back on seven months of...
Must Want Help (by Benny W.)
It is my contention that in order for a man to act normally it is necessary for him to live normally, that is, to adjust his life so that each phase...
LIFE IS FULLER
Are you glad you're an alcoholic? The question is answered both "yes" and "no" in A.A. Some members are glad they can't drink socially, others regret...
Vino Vignettes: (by E.W.)
My friend Cliff, after seven months of sobriety, miscued, fouled out, sliced into the deep rough, or in plain English, got drunk. It was sudden....
My Aching Tooth!
Just about everything from hot water bottles to dog houses have been used for hiding the bottle, judging by the letters that have been entered in the...
Bottoms Up!
Before we announce the winner of the handsome two-quart cork in the Best Hiding Place Contest, we would like to include a roundup of last-minute...