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If you haven’t read this one yet, you probably should. Gresham’s Law and Alcoholics Anonymous by Tom P. Jr. is a classic critique of modern AA, which uses AA history to explain the gradually weakening emphasis on spiritual experiences in the program over time. This article has resonated strongly with those members of AA who place a high value on “the God stuff.”
Tom P. Jr. is the son of Tom P. Sr., who helped edit the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. We’ll post a more recent article by Tom Jr. tomorrow.
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