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Stepstudy just received a copy of Cecil Rose’s When Man Listens this week, thanks to the good folks at NACRonline, who had an extra copy. It’s a great read, and brings to mind the fact that a number of Oxford Group titles are available in paperback from various sources.
When Man Listens is now in reprint through Booksurge (link, amazon).
Hats Off Books has printed a run of A.J. Russel’s classic For Sinners Only (link).
What is the Oxford Group? is available from Hazelden in two formats—one PC and one original—bound in the same cover (link).
And Eight Points of the Oxford Group by C. Irving Benson is out from Benson Press (link).
These publishers are doing us a great service by making these titles available. Original editions of Oxford Group books often fetch several hundred dollars a piece. For more about each book, take a trip over to aabibilography and poke around. Here’s what they’ve got on When Man Listens (link).
UPDATE: Looks like Eight Points is also available on google books (link).
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