The History of Alcoholics Anonymous
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A.A. members & Writings of: Marty M
Introduction from Marty Mann
In 1956, Marty Mann had the pleasure of introducing Bill Wilson at the annual meeting of the National Committee on Alcoholism. This Committee was later to become the National Council on Alcoholism.....
Pastor's Resources In Dealing With Alcoholics
Alcoholics Are Consumed With Guilt; They Do Not Need to Be Reminded of their Sins. Source: PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 2 (13), APRIL, 1951
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