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What It Was Like: Early AAs Tell Their Stories (MP3)

Wonderful, touching and sometimes hilarious recollections by AA members sober as far back as the 1940s.
SKU: DL09
$9.99

Wonderful, touching and sometimes hilarious recollections by AA members sober as far back as the 1940s. With only one meeting a week in most areas some stayed sober through vigorous Twelfth Step work and stayed in communication with each other. Includes a story by one of the first women in AA meetings who showed up and said, “Here I am. You can’t keep me out.” A wonderful gift for members and AA history buffs.

Runtime: 80 mins.

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