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In Texas, Women Too, Are Wonderful (by Merle S.)
In May, 1943, Esther E. arrived in Dallas! For the problem drinkers of this city that is an historical news item, and the history of the Dallas group...
A. A.s Country-wide News Circuit
To sum up the symposium on alcoholism recently conducted in Cleveland by The Research Council on Problems of Alcohol, science seems to be standing on...
Incorporations: Their Uses and Misuses (by Bill W.)
Many an A.A. Group ruefully writes the New York General Office asking how to unscramble endless difficulties which have arisen over the incorporation...
Frisco's "Derelicts" Mark Year of Sobriety (by O.K.P.)
The South of Market Group of San Francisco Fellowship of A.A., housed in the heart of San Francisco's notorious Skid Row and drawing almost...
Right at the Moment (by Anonymous)
"I DON'T need spiritual help," he said, "I can get along fine, just the way we are, right here." It sounded funny, for we knew he had a sound grasp...
Money, Money, Money! Do We Need It? (by A.Y.)
AS operating alcoholics most of us were financial wizards. Collectively we spent a fortune on alcoholic beverages. We spent another fortune on...
The New York Intergroup Association
AA MEMBERS in the metropolitan New York area are mighty proud of their Intergroup Association. Since 1946, when it was created in its present form,...
Tradition Ten (by Bill W.)
NEVER since it began has Alcoholics Anonymous been divided by a major controversial issue. Nor has our fellowship ever publicly taken sides on any...
The Oldtimer in the Back Row Speaks Up (by M.E.S.)
THIS article is an attempt to practice the Tenth Step. I was an "average" kind of a drunk and I am an average AA member. A short time after I came...
Act VII No "Elder Statesmen (by A. T.)
All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many...