“Chuck Chamberlain Memorial” by Chuck Chamberlain Memorial. Released:
RUDELL, BILL – Bill wrote the first edition Big Book story, “A Businessman’s Recovery.” Bill Ruddell was born in 1900. According to his story in the Big Book, he first got sober in February 1937. A Business Man’s Recovery — William Ruddell New Jersey Original Manuscript, p. 242 in 1st edition Bill Ruddell
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Oxford Group – Alcoholics Anonymous – Refresher by Dick B. It’s Time Once Again to Visit the Oxford Group and Alcoholics Anonymous There has been a resurgence of interest by AAs and 12-Step programs in the relationship of Oxford Group ideas and Alcoholics Anonymous principles, practices, and steps. My own title, The
In March, 1941, an article entitled “Alcoholics Anonymous” by Jack Alexander appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. The Post, at that time, was one of the country’s most popular publications. The influence of that article on the growth–and indeed, survival of Alcoholics Anonymous–cannot be
Remaking A Man One Successful Method Of Mental Refitting by Courtnay Baylor of The Emmanuel Movement, Boston, 1919 The writer’s one object in his psychological work has been to obtain results. He has therefore explained his ideas to his patients in the language each individual would understand. Since his experience has