Red Rag

Red Rag: A Magazine of Women’s Liberation was published between 1972 and 1980. Emerging out of the confluence of the Women’s Liberation Movement and the Communist Party of Great Britain it brought together a pioneering collective of Marxist and Socialist Feminists. Breaking ground in thinking deeply and powerfully about a range of issues, including women workers and the trade union movement, maternity and reproductive rights, domestic violence and the politics of sexuality, the magazine is a testament to the intellectual power and creativity of a generation of Feminists whose influence remains immeasurable.

To find out more read these introductions and reflections by Rosalind Delmar, and by Beatrix Campbell and Val Charlton.

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Volume 8

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Volume 9

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Volume 11

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Volume 12

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Volume 13

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