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  ... Association's annual meeting of that year.  BB Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.570
The American Psychiatric Association requested, in 1949, that a paper be prepared by one of the older members of Alcoholics Anonymous to be read at the Association's annual meeting of that year.


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  ... association for the area, and the General ...  12&12 Tradition Nine, p.174
It is in this spirit of service that we elect the A.A. group's informal rotating committee, the intergroup association for the area, and the General Service Conferences of Alcoholics Anonymous for A.A. as a whole.


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  ... association hired an A.A. member solely because ...  12&12 Tradition Six, p.158
Of course, there couldn't be the slightest objection if such an association hired an A.A. member solely because of his public relations ability and his knowledge of alcoholism.


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  ... Association in 1946, over the NBC network, ...  BB Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.570
Dr. W. W. Bauer, broadcasting under the auspices of The American Medical Association in 1946, over the NBC network, said, in part: "Alcoholics Anonymous are no crusaders; not a temperance society.


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  ... Association presents a Lasker Group Award for ...  BB Appendix IV, The Lasker Award, p.571
"The American Public Health Association presents a Lasker Group Award for 1951 to Alcoholics Anonymous in recognition of its unique and highly successful approach to that age-old public health and social problem, alcoholism ... In emphasizing alcoholism as an illness, the social stigma associated with this condition is being blotted out ... Historians may one day recognize Alcoholics Anonymous to have been a great venture in social pioneering which forged a new instrument for social action; a new therapy based on the kinship of common suffering; one having a vast potential for the myriad other ills of mankind."


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  ... Association requested, in 1949, that a paper ...  BB Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.570
The American Psychiatric Association requested, in 1949, that a paper be prepared by one of the older members of Alcoholics Anonymous to be read at the Association's annual meeting of that year.


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  ... association style.  12&12 Tradition Six, p.158
It would be bound to appear that A.A. was now backing education -- liquor trade association style.


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  ... association that had no membership rules?  12&12 Tradition Nine, p.172
Did anyone ever hear of a nation, a church, a political party, even a benevolent association that had no membership rules?


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  ... association wanted to use our member's full ...  12&12 Tradition Six, p.158
The association wanted to use our member's full name in all its advertising; he was to be described both as its director of publicity and as a member of Alcoholics Anonymous.


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  ... association with one's fellows ... the 'herd instinct.'  BB Appendix III, The Medical View on A.A., p.569
Dr. Foster Kennedy, neurologist: "This organization of Alcoholics Anonymous calls on two of the greatest reservoirs of power known to man, religion and that instinct for association with one's fellows ... the 'herd instinct.'


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