Books, tapes, and other resources. AA History. Calls itself a return to the original 12 step program.
Offers a book by an AA oldtimer on "two different proven methods on how to experience the twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous."
Review of book by an anthropologist who studied Alcoholics Anonymous in Mexico City
Complete text of the personal stories from the 1939 First Edition of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
NAIGSO helps adapt Alcoholics Anonymous to the spiritual traditions of the many Indian tribes. Events. Information on creating groups.
A large collection of AA information including speaker tapes (in Real Audio), recommended reading, history. Articles on "It Ain't in the Book!" and "Sponsorship."
Listen to recordings of AA speakers. New recordings are added on a regular basis. Others are available to download. (Requires RealAudio player.)
A guide to working the Steps by someone who has had long-term success through the AA program. Recommends the later book "Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" be used in additioin to the Big Book of "Alcoholics Anonymous."
This paper looks at the medical view of alcoholism as a disease. This concept was important to the development of Alcoholics Anonymous.
The International Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous. For younger AA members and "anyone who has some growing to do."