My Name Is Bill
Bill Wilson : His [life and the Creation of Alcoholics Anonymous]DAISY - 2012
The first half of Wilson's life was a perpetual battle with alcohol; the second, a continual struggle to secure both his day-to-day sobriety and the organization that became Alcoholics Anonymous. In 1935, Wilson's contact with the Oxford Group and its Christian reform philosophy, and with Robert Smith, an Ohio doctor and alcoholic, laid a fragile foundation for the program and fellowship they would build into the worldwide organization for recovering alcoholics. Until his death in 1971, Wilson worked to develop AA and search for a better cure.
Publisher: [Toronto] : Canadian National Institute for the Blind, .
Branch Call Number: 921 W-C
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (10 hr., 5 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.