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From the books  ...  Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions (12 & 12)


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View THE FAMILY AFTERWARD chapter   ... carried on without heated argument, self-pity, self-justification ...  BB The Family Afterward, p.127  
These family talks will be constructive if they can be carried on without heated argument, self-pity, self-justification or resentful criticism.


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View A VISION FOR YOU chapter   ... carried out.  BB A Vision For You, p.157  
The two friends spoke of their spiritual experience and told him about the course of action they carried out.


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View PREFACE   ... carried over, eleven new ones have been ...  BB Preface, p.xii  
Six of the stories in Part II have been carried over, eleven new ones have been added, and eleven taken out.


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View PREFACE   ... carried over from the second edition; eight ...  BB Preface, p.xii  
Nine of the stories in Part II ("They Stopped in Time") were carried over from the second edition; eight new stories were added.


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View DOCTOR BOB'S NIGHTMARE story   ... carried the A.A. message to more than ...  BB Doctor Bob's Nightmare, p.171  
To 1950, the year of his death, he carried the A.A. message to more than 5,000 alcoholic men and women, and to all these he gave his medical services without thought of charge.


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View FOREWORD   ... carried their message to still others.  12&12 Foreword, p.17  
With the publication of the book "Alcoholics Anonymous" in 1939, the pioneering period ended and a prodigious chain reaction set in as the recovered alcoholics carried their message to still others.


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View TRADITION FOUR essay   ... carried this significant sentence: "Any two or ...  12&12 Tradition Four, p.146  
So confident of this had we become that the original statement of A.A. tradition carried this significant sentence: "Any two or three alcoholics gathered together for sobriety may call themselves an A.A. group provided that as a group they have no other affiliation."


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