By Charles Bufe
This good researched, painstakingly documented ebook presents certain details at the right-wing evangelical association (Oxford crew flow) that gave delivery to AA; the relation of AA and its software to the Oxford team circulation; AA's similarities to and modifications from spiritual cults; AA's striking ineffectiveness; and the choices to AA. The tremendously extended moment variation encompasses a new bankruptcy on AA's courting to the therapy undefined, and AA's outstanding impact within the media.
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Apostle to the Twentieth Century," by Henry P. Van Dusen, The Atlantic Monthly, July, 1934, p. 13. 16. During World War I, Ford published a series of viciously anti-semitic articles in The Dearborn Independent, a Michigan newspaper that he owned. He later published these articles in book form as The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem. In the early 1920s, this book was published in Germany under the title, The Eternal Jew. It reportedly had a major influence on Adolf Hitler, and he almost certainly plagiarized parts of it in Mein Kampf.
The members of the Tuesday night group also attended Oxford Group meetings, a practice which would continue until late 1937. At that time, the still-unnamed New York group of ex-alcoholics severed its connections with the Oxford Group Movement. There were several reasons for the split. An important one was that Wilson and his band of ex-drunks were only interested in working with other alcoholics. As time went on, this caused friction with an ever-growing number of non-alcoholic Oxford Group members; increasing numbers of them received "guidance" that Wilson should quit working with alcoholics and instead concentrate his energies directly on Oxford Groups work.
39. Quoted by Calvin Trillin in The New Yorker, December 16, 1967, p. 134. 40. " Harry Hay, a longtime Communist and founder of the first American gay rights group, the Mattachine Society, states: "About the fall of 19511 decided that organizing the Mattachine was a call to me deeper than the innermost reaches of spirit, a vision-quest more important than life. I went to the Communist Party and discussed this "total call" upon me, recommending to them my expulsion. SA, by Jonathan Ned Katz. New York: Meridian, 1992, p.
Alcoholics Anonymous: Cult or Cure? by Charles Bufe