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NEW LIGHT ON ALCOHOLISM
God, Sam Shoemaker, and A.A.
The Rev. Sam Shoemaker, an Episcopal rector at Calvary Church in New York City and later at Calvary Church in Pittsburgh, was dubbed a "co-founder" of Alcoholics Anonymous by A.A.'s Bill Wilson. The degree, details, and importance of Sam Shoemaker's impact on early A.A. were virtual unknowns until author Dick B.-an active, recovered AA-devoted eight years of research and writing to
|Subtitle||God, Sam Shoemaker, and A.A.|
|Edition||The Pittsburgh Edition|
|Publisher||Paradise Research Publications, Inc.|