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This fourth edition of "Alcoholics Anonymous" came off press in November 2001, at the start of a new millennium. Since the third edition was published in 1976, worldwide membership of A.A. has just about doubled, to an estimated two million or more, with nearly 100,800 groups meeting in approximately 150 countries around the world.

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Preface
Foreword to First Edition
Foreword to Second Edition
Foreword to Third Edition
Foreword to Fourth Edition
The Doctor's Opinion

CHAPTER
1 Bill's Story
2 There Is A Solution
3 More About Alcoholism
4 We Agnostics
5 How It Works
6 Into Action
7 Working With Others
8 To Wives
9 The Family Afterward
10 To Employers
11 A Vision For You

PERSONAL STORIES
PART I - Pioneers of A.A. - (pp. 169-276)
PART II - They Stopped in Time - (pp. 277-431)
PART III - They Lost Nearly All - (pp. 435-559)

APPENDICES
I. The A.A. Tradition
II. Spiritual Experience
III. The Medical View on A.A.
IV. The Lasker Award
V. The Religious View on A.A.
VI. How to Get in Touch With A.A.
VII. Twelve Concepts (Short Form)

Reprinted from the book Alcoholics Anonymous (The Big Book) with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.
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