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Historian and A.A. archivist probably knows more than anyone alive the history of the recovery movement in America
By Dick B.
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Orientation Needs to Be Given
A newcomer in recovery needs a simple explanation of the fellowship he or she has chosen to enter. Call it "orientation." Call it "beginner's facts." Or call it "a beginner's meeting."
And that beginner orientation offers the least controversial presentation if and when it comes right out of Alcoholics Anonymous "General Service Conference-approved Literature."
The article following this orientation on "old-school" A.A. origins will present beginning facts for an A.A. newcomer explaining the "new" 1939 Twelve Step program which Bill W. wrote and then published in 1939.
"Old-School" A.A. Began Taking Shape over the Summer of 1935
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