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CLICK HERE  "The 95% First Year Dropout Myth," by Loran Archer.

CLICK HERE  "AA and Jesus: How Ancient Spiritual Teachings Are Linked to the Inspirational Program of Alcoholics Anonymous," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  "The A.A. Prison Group Founded in 1944 at the Indiana State Prison at Michigan City," by Glenn C., in How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  "Adventure of Recovery:  The Beginnings of A.A. in Anderson June 1943 - February 9, 1947," by Floyd P. (Frankton, Indiana) and the A.A. group in Anderson, Indiana

CLICK HERE  Akron early A.A. pamphlet, A Guide to the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous

CLICK HERE  Akron early A.A. pamphlet, Manual for Alcoholics Anonymous

CLICK HERE  Akron early A.A. pamphlet, Second Reader for Alcoholics Anonymous

CLICK HERE  Akron early A.A. pamphlet, Spiritual Milestones in Alcoholics Anonymous

CLICK HERE  AKRON:  "First 226 Members Akron, OH AA Group," Tommy H. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

CLICK HERE  Akron reading list for A.A. beginners

CLICK HERE  "Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Recovery Outcome Rates: Contemporary Myth and Misinterpretation," by Arthur S. (Arlington, Texas), Tom E. (Wappingers Falls, New York), and Glenn C. (South Bend, Indiana). Adobe PDF file

CLICK HERE  "Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Recovery Outcome Rates," same article as an MS Word DOC file

CLICK HERE  "Alcoholics Anonymous and Buddhism," by John Barleycorn

CLICK HERE  Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps,the Detroit/Washington D.C. Pamphlet, the most successful early A.A. beginners' lessons, reprinted by A.A. groups all over the United States, also known as the Tablemate, the Table Leader's Guide, and the Seattle Pamphlet

CLICK HERE  Anne Smith's Journal

CLICK HERE  Anderson, Indiana:  Floyd P. (Frankton, Indiana) and the A.A. group in Anderson, Indiana, "Adventure of Recovery:  The Beginnings of A.A. in Anderson June 1943 - February 9, 1947"

CLICK HERE  Archer, Loran. "The 95% First Year Dropout Myth."

CLICK HERE  Arthur S. (Arlington, Texas), Tom E. (Wappingers Falls, New York), and Glenn C. (South Bend, Indiana), "Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Recovery Outcome Rates: Contemporary Myth and Misinterpretation," Adobe PDF file

CLICK HERE  Arthur S. (Arlington, Texas) et al., same article on recovery outcome rates, as an MS Word DOC file

CLICK HERE  Bar Room Reveries:  the joke book Ed Webster published in 1958

CLICK HERE  Barleycorn, John. "Alcoholics Anonymous and Buddhism"

CLICK HERE  Barleycorn, John. "I'm not a Nice Guy"

CLICK HERE  Barleycorn, John. "A Nun's Story: Sister Ruth Finds God in the A.A. Meetings"

CLICK HERE  Barleycorn, John. "The Right Side of the Page"

CLICK HERE  Barleycorn, John. "Whack-A-Mole"

CLICK HERE  "Being at Home:  Agapê Love and the Goal of Twelve-Step Spirituality," by Glenn F. Chesnut.

CLICK HERE  Beth M. (Lafayette, Indiana), "Interview with John Shaifer (June 19, 1923 - November 13, 2000, Gary, Indiana), sober September 15, 1960"

CLICK HERE  Big Al M[iller]:  Frank N. (Syracuse, Indiana), "In Memory of Big Al Miller (May 22, 1931 - September 21, 2000), sober December 1, 1973"

CLICK HERE  Bill S., Sgt., see also Swegan, William E.

CLICK HERE  Bill S., Sgt., "The Challenge of Normalcy"

CLICK HERE  Bill S., Sgt. "Dr. Louis Jolyon West and the Lackland Model"

CLICK HERE  Bill S., Sgt., "The Lackland Model for Alcoholism Treatment"

CLICK HERE  Bill S., Sgt., On the Military Firing Line in the Alcoholism Treatment Program: The Air Force Sergeant Who Beat Alcoholism and Taught Others to Do the Same

CLICK HERE  Bill S., Sgt., review of Glenn F. Chesnut, The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program: For Believers and Non-Believers, in On the Military Firing Line in the Alcoholism Treatment Program

CLICK HERE  Bill W.:  "Elder Statesman: Bill W. in Akron, June 15, 1958," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  Bishop, Charlie (the Bishop of Books), Fifty Books Tracing AA's History

CLICK HERE  Black AA:  Glenn C., "Early Black A.A. along the Chicago-Gary-South Bend Axis: The Stories and Memories of Early Black Leaders Told in Their Own Words," in How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  Bob E. (Evansville, Indiana), "Early Evansville A.A., the first A.A. group in Indiana, founded April 23, 1940 by Akron old-timer J. D. Holmes"

CLICK HERE  "Bob M.'s Memories:  Early A.A. in Kosciusko County," by Frank N. (Syracuse, Indiana)

CLICK HERE  Bob S., "A Brief History of Alcoholics Anonymous in Richmond, Indiana (Including Surrounding Communities)," ed. by Barb A.

CLICK HERE  "The Books the Good Old-Timers Read," by Glenn C.

CLICK HERE  "A Brief History of A.A. in Delaware County in Indiana," by Bruce C. (Muncie, Indiana). How A.A. began in Muncie and the surrounding parts of east central Indiana, including Union City, Dunkirk, Hartford City, Winchester, New Castle, Yorktown, Montpelier, Anderson, Marion, Richmond, and Cambridge City. New revised version, March 27, 2008.

CLICK HERE  "A Brief History of Alcoholics Anonymous in Richmond, Indiana (Including Surrounding Communities)," compiled and written by Bob S. and edited by Barb A.

CLICK HERE  "Brownie's and the Dignitaries Sympathy Groups"

CLICK HERE  Bruce C. (Muncie, Indiana), "A Brief History of A.A. in Delaware County in Indiana," how A.A. began in Muncie and the surrounding parts of east central Indiana, including Union City, Dunkirk, Hartford City, Winchester, New Castle, Yorktown, Montpelier, Anderson, Marion, Richmond, and Cambridge City. New revised version, March 27, 2008.

CLICK HERE  BUDDHISM:  John Barleycorn, "Alcoholics Anonymous and Buddhism"

CLICK HERE  "The Challenge of Normalcy," Sgt. Bill S.

CLICK HERE  Changed by Grace:  V. C. Kitchen, the Oxford Group, and A.A., by Glenn F. Chesnut.

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., see also Glenn C.

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "Being at Home:  Agapê Love and the Goal of Twelve-Step Spirituality."

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., Changed by Grace:  V. C. Kitchen, the Oxford Group, and A.A.

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "Classical Protestant Liberalism and Early A.A."

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., Dates in His Life

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F. The First Christian Histories: Eusebius, Socrates, Sozomen, Theodoret, and Evagrius has now (February 2008) been put back in print by Mercer University Press

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., Foreword to Philip Leon, The Philosophy of Courage

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., God and Spirituality: Philosophical Essays

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "The God-Shaped Hole in the Human Soul"

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "The Ground of Being: God and the Big Bang"

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F. The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program: For Believers and Non-Believers

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program:  Discovering a Higher Power."

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "Learning to See the Sacred Dimension of Reality:  Rudolf Otto and the Idea of the Holy, Part 1"

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "Mount Sinai and the Burning Bush: The Cloud of Unknowing, the Altar to the Unknown God, and the Dark Night of the Soul"

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "The Names of God:  how to find a God of our understanding."

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F. "Practicing the Presence of God:  the path to soul-balance and inner calm." The spiritual teaching of Richmond Walker's Twenty-Four Hour book.

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F., "The Seven Faces of the Experience of the Divine Reality:  Rudolf Otto and the Idea of the Holy, Part 2"

CLICK HERE  Chesnut, Glenn F. "Twelve-Step Meditation in the A.A. Big Book and the 12 & 12"

CLICK HERE  "Classical Protestant Liberalism and Early A.A.," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  The Collected Ernie Kurtz, by Ernest Kurtz

CLICK HERE  Dates in His Life, Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  DELAWARE COUNTY, INDIANA:  "A Brief History of A.A. in Delaware County in Indiana," by Bruce C. (Muncie, Indiana). How A.A. began in Muncie and the surrounding parts of east central Indiana, including Union City, Dunkirk, Hartford City, Winchester, New Castle, Yorktown, Montpelier, Anderson, Marion, Richmond, and Cambridge City. New revised version, March 27, 2008.

CLICK HERE  Detroit Pamphlet, Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps, the most successful early A.A. beginners' lessons, widely reprinted by A.A. groups all over the United States (also known as the Washington D.C. Pamphlet, the Tablemate, the Table Leader's Guide, and the Seattle Pamphlet)

CLICK HERE  Detroit Pamphlet, a short introduction to these early A.A. beginners' lessons, about two thirds of the way down the page

CLICK HERE  The Dignitaries Sympathy Groups and Brownie's in South Bend, Indiana

CLICK HERE  Doe, Father John -- see Pfau, Ralph

CLICK HERE  "Dr. Louis Jolyon West and the Lackland Model," Sgt. Bill S.

CLICK HERE  "Dr. Zweig: The Good Physician," by John S. (Fort Wayne)

CLICK HERE  Dubiel, Richard M., "The Emmanuel Movement and the Jacoby Club"

CLICK HERE  Dubiel, Richard M. "Paul Tillich: Key Philosophical Theologian of the Mid-Twentieth Century"

CLICK HERE  Dubiel, Richard M. The Road to Fellowship: The Role of the Emmanuel Movement and the Jacoby Club in the Development of Alcoholics Anonymous

CLICK HERE  Dubiel, Richard M. "Sober Sleuths: Lawrence Block and James Lee Burke"


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