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"Pass it on" : the story of Bill Wilson and how the A.A. message reached the world.

Author: Alcoholics Anonymous.
Publisher: New York : Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, 1984.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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About Alcoholics Anonymous, its early struggles and its amazing growth, entwined with Bill Wilson's life. As the co-founder of A. A., he was never allowed to be a member. This is a story about a boy growing up in Vermont, his life as a soldier, a husband, alcohol and a spiritual experience.
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Genre/Form: Biography
biography
Named Person: Bill W; Bill W
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alcoholics Anonymous.
ISBN: 0916856127 9780916856120
OCLC Number: 12308065
Description: 429 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The early years in Vermont --
The war years --
Building a life --
On "the street" --
From hell to the mountaintop --
On the bridge back to life --
"Make it snappy..." --
Lost and found --
Passing it on --
"Won't money spoil this thing?" --
"Alcoholics Anonymous" --
One door closes and another opens --
Divine dissatisfaction --
On the map --
A home of their own --
"Spiritual kindergarten" --
On the road --
Beating upwind emotionally --
Assuring the future --
Trusting trusted servants --
"Not to govern but to serve" --
Coming of age --
"Anything that helps alcoholics..." --
A second journey --
The final chord.

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About Alcoholics Anonymous, its early struggles and its amazing growth, entwined with Bill Wilson's life. As the co-founder of A. A., he was never allowed to be a member. This is a story about a boy growing up in Vermont, his life as a soldier, a husband, alcohol and a spiritual experience.

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