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1.
  ... 1939.  BB Foreword to First Edition, p.xiii
This is the Foreword as it appeared in the first printing of the first edition in 1939.


2.
  ... (1939).  BB A Vision For You, p.163
This was only a few days ago at this writing (1939).


3.
  ... 1939.  BB A Vision For You (Note), p.161
(*) Written in 1939.


4.
  ... 1939.  12&12 Foreword, p.17
Nevertheless, the infant Society determined to set down its experience in a book which finally reached the public in April 1939.


5.
  ... 1939, a wholesale miracle has taken place.  BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xv
Since the original Foreword to this book was written in 1939, a wholesale miracle has taken place.


6.
  ... 1939, and in the following sixteen years, ...  BB Preface, p.xi
The first edition appeared in April 1939, and in the following sixteen years, more than 300,000 copies went into circulation.


7.
  ... 1939 by the late Dr. William D. ...  BB Preface, p.xi
The section called "The Doctor's Opinion" has been kept intact, just as it was originally written in 1939 by the late Dr. William D. Silkworth, our Society's great medical benefactor.


8.
  ... 1939 by the publication of this volume.  BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xvii
This determination bore fruit in the spring of 1939 by the publication of this volume.


9.
  ... 1939 Fulton Oursler, then editor of Liberty, ...  BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xviii
In the fall of 1939 Fulton Oursler, then editor of Liberty, printed a piece in his magazine, called "Alcoholics and God."


10.
  ... 1939. In 2016, there are over 117,748 ...  BB A Vision For You (Note), p.162
(*) Written in 1939. In 2016, there are over 117,748 groups. There is A.A. activity in approximately 180 countries, with an estimated membership of over two million.


11.
  ... 1939, it referred to a Fellowship composed ...  BB Foreword to Fourth Edition, p.xxiii
When the phrase "We are people who normally would not mix" (page 17 of this book) was written in 1939, it referred to a Fellowship composed largely of men (and a few women) with quite similar social, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.


12.
  ... 1939 it was estimated that 800 alcoholics ...  BB Foreword to Second Edition, p.xviii
By the end of 1939 it was estimated that 800 alcoholics were on their way to recovery.


13.
  ... 1939, the pioneering period ended and a ...  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.


14.
  ... 1939, we called it "Alcoholics Anonymous."  12&12 Tradition Twelve, p.184
When the Big Book appeared in 1939, we called it "Alcoholics Anonymous."


15.
  ... 1939, when there were few women in ...  BB To Wives (Note), p.104
(*) Written in 1939, when there were few women in A.A., this chapter assumes that the alcoholic in the home is likely to be the husband. But many of the suggestions given here may be adapted to help the person who lives with a woman alcoholic -- whether she is still drinking or is recovering in A.A. A further source of help is noted on page 121.


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