12 Steps, 12 Traditions & 12 Concepts
Are there any AA books that will tell me more about the Twelve Traditions, the Twelve Concepts and the 36 Principles?
Altogether, the 12 Steps in the recovery program of Alcoholics Anonymous plus A.A.'s 12 Traditions and A.A.'s 12 Concepts constitute thirty-six principles. Considerable information can be found on the Internet. Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. publishes several "conference-approved" items:Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, ISBN 0-916856-01-1 or AA Catalog Items B-2, B-4, B-14, B-15, audiotape cassette ed; MB-2 Braille ed; M-35, American Sign Language video; VS-3, Microsoft Windows-compatible 3.5" diskette; M-67The A.A. Service Manual Combined With Twelve Concepts for World Service
by Bill W.. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services. AA Catalog Item BM-31 (75 pages address the Concepts)Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age
. New York: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, ISBN 0-916856-02-x AA Catalog Items B-3, audiotape cassette ed; MB-3
Contact a local AA Intergroup Office or Central Office or World Services, Inc. P.O. Box 459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163; call 212-870-3312 or fax to 800-437-3584; See http://www.aa.org
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