8 Jan.: Subjects include anti-nuclear movement (including at High Wycombe and Greenham Common); prosecution of Stop the City protestor; forfeiture of books confiscated in police raid on Acorn Bookshop.
22 Jan.: Subjects include closures of children's play areas; housing benefit; local racist attacks; 'care in the community'; anti-nuclear street theatre; proposed sale of allotments.
5 Feb.: Subjects include Reclaim the Night; Stop the City; Ecology Party's 'campaign for real democracy'; prosecutions of bookshops.
19 Feb.: Subjects include womyn's conference; celibacy; squatting; anti-nuclear movement and Greenham Common; graffiti; prosecutions of bookshops.
5 Mar.: Subjects include Reading women's conference; prosecutions of bookshops; May Day festival; anti-nuclear movement; Borough Council meeting.
18 Mar.: Subjects include road building; cycling facilities; Reading city farm; alcoholism and Korsakoff's Syndrome (personal description by child of sufferer).
1 Apr.: Subjects include evictions at Greenham Common peace camp; Stop the City march and police; alcoholism (personal description); Reading men's group; housing.
15 Apr.: Subjects include trial of 12 Greenham Common protestors; alcoholism (personal description continued); vegetarian dining; Reading Shelter housing survey; National Council for Civil Liberties; Peace Pledge Union (enclosed: leaflet for Reading May Day events); mental health and 'the system'; 'care in the community'.
28 Apr.: Subjects include Borough Council meeting; UB Cycles bike repair co-operative; community care; alcoholism; drug addiction.
13 May: Subjects include 'alternative cabaret'; animal liberation.
26 May: Subjects include National Union of Teachers strike; Beating Time festival; football violence; Greenham Common and Lakenheath peace camps; animal liberation; election of Reading mayor (enclosed: leaflet for local events during 1st International Feminist Book Week).
10 Jun.: Subjects include NHS cuts; miners' strike (including view of miner's son on media coverage); proposed community arts centre.
24 Jun.: Subjects include NHS cuts; 'care in the community'.
9 Jul.: Subjects include Miners' Support Group benefit gig (held at venue usually boycotted by left for its discrimination against women); 'The Other Economic Summit' on environmental policies; 'care in the community'; community arts.
21 Jul.: Subjects include miners' strike; community arts; racism in Reading; animal rights.
12 Aug.: Subjects include housing benefit; prosecution of Greenham Common protestors; miners' strike; 'care in the community' and Community Alcoholism Team.
2 Sep.: Subjects include benefits and Specialist Claims Control teams; 20th anniversary of Reading Anarchist Group.
20 Sep.: Subjects include Greenham Common.
30 Sep.: Subjects include Stop the City march and the police; squatting; Reading Gay Switchboard; community arts.
14 Oct.: Subjects include Greenham Common (personal account); unemployment; anti-nuclear protests at Molesworth; prosecution of Acorn Bookshop; Stop the City demonstration in Birmingham.
29 Oct.: Subjects include 5th birthday of Red Rag; meals-on-wheels service for Greenham Common (enclosed: leaflets for Reading Rape Crisis Line).
11 Nov.: Subjects include private rest / retirement homes; sex shops and pornography; non-monogamy; astrology; war toys.
25 Nov.: Subjects include property development; customs raid on Gay's the Word bookshop in London
9 Dec.: Subjects include Greenham Common; celibacy and monogamy; local behaviour of USAF servicemen; miners' strike; community arts and Reading Centre for the Unemployed.
Also includes: minutes of Red Rag collective meetings on 16 Jul. and 2 Dec.; leaflet for Flip'n'binge '84.
Red Rag has been digitised and is available online at www.readings-only-newspaper.org
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