From the February 1946 magazine.

Short Takes

Bob B., who is a professional actor, gives a dramatic flair to his account of life in A.A., which he describes as being "without drunkenness, danger, disgust and D.T.s; fears, fantasies, fights and frustration; hangovers, heartbreaks, horrors and hospitals."

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