6 Jan.: subjects include housing and bed and breakfast landlords; police actions during anti-nuclear protest in Whitehall (personal description of arrest).
19 Jan.: subjects include community arts; Reading fringe festival.
4 Feb.: subjects include miners' strike; monogamy and celibacy; vegetarian dining; Shelter.
17 Feb.: subjects include anti-nuclear movement (including Molesworth); Nicaragua; AIDS; animal rights (enclosed: Miners Support Committee leaflet for public meeting).
3 Mar.: subjects include anti-nuclear protest on Salisbury Plain; co-operatives; 1921 Kronstadt rebellion (enclosed: Red Rag standing order mandate).
17 Mar.: subjects include squatting; 'a green column' (composting); situationist take on consumerism (enclosed: leaflet promoting events to be held at the squatted former Unemployment Benefit Office).
1 Apr.: subjects include anti-nuclear blockade at Molesworth; squat at the old Unemployment Benefit Office; co-operatives.
15 Apr.: subjects include housing benefits cuts; prosecution of and physical assaults on Greenham Common protestors; co-operatives.
28 Apr.: subjects include funding for hospitals on USAF bases; anti-nuclear movement (including Greenham Common food van) (enclosed: leaflets for May Day festival and production of 'Not quite Jerusalem' at Progress Theatre).
12 May: subjects include arrest of Greenham Common protestors for trespass (extracts of diary entries); miners' strike.
26 May: subjects include Reading District Council's 'highway strategy'; Bash the Rich at Henley Regatta; cinema squat; deaf television.
9 Jun.: subjects include proposed boycott of the Tudor Arms ('Reading's only 'gay' pub') due to its pornographic beermats and views of the landlord; Battle of the Beanfield / Stonehenge; Bash the Rich; anti-nuclear movement; squatting.
23 Jun.: subjects include Bash the Rich; Tudor Arms boycott; transport policy of Reading Ecology Party.
7 Jul.: subjects include Bash the Rich; Tudor Arms boycott.
21 Jul.: subjects include Bash the Rich at Henley and the police; Tudor Arms boycott; pesticides; whaling.
4 Aug.: subjects include prosecution of Greenham Common protestors; squatting.
18 Aug.: subjects include anti-nuclear movement (including prosecution of Greenham Common protestors); benefit cuts; Shadow Project on Hiroshima Day (including personal account of arrest).
1 Sep.: subjects include anti-nuclear movement (including prosecution of protestors who broke into Aldermaston Weapons Research Establishment on Nagasaki Day and exposure to radiation at Greenham Common); proposed marches by evangelical Christians; proposed festival to celebrate 20 years of Reading anarchism (enclosed: 2 Reading Campaign Against the Benefit Cuts leaflets on the social security reviews).
15 Sep.: subjects include acid rain; anti-nuclear movement (including Greenham Common); 20th anniversary anarchist free festival.
29 Sep.: subjects include radical chic; anti-nuclear movement; Handsworth riots; Bash the Rich demo in Hampstead.
13 Oct.: subjects include housing benefit claimants; EEC food mountain.
27 Oct.: subjects include anti-apartheid demo in London; AIDS; council transport policy.
11 Nov.: subjects include boycott of South African produce; inner city riots and racism.
23 Nov.: subjects include anti-apartheid demo; inner city riots and racism; Campaign Against Police Repression; the National Front.
8 Dec.: subjects include Reading Men's Anti-Sexist Collective; University Women Reclaim the Night; Indianer-Kommune ('children's commune' linked with paedophilia); anti-apartheid movement; racism; the Well-woman Association; Cruisewatch and Greenham Common.
22 Dec.: subjects include Reading Direct Action Movement; housing and homeless; sexism and homosexuality.
Also includes: minutes of Red Rag collective meetings, 13 Jan., 24 Feb., 5 May, 16 Jun.
Red Rag has been digitised and is available online at www.readings-only-newspaper.org
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