Cleveland AA 1944

In 1944, rumors swirled about the fledgling society of recovering alcoholics.   Strong rumors existed at that time that the co-founders were getting wealthy from the sale of the Big Book.   Included below is the original dialogue between the Alcoholic Foundation and Clarence Snyder, the representative of the Cleveland area groups.


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