New York: R.A.T. Publications, 1970. 28p., folded tabloid, color self-wraps, newsprint lightly browned, fraying on edges and dog-eared at corners, chipped on fold at spine, front cover soiled, a reading copy.
RAT was the most politically radical NY underground paper. Cover headlined "Free Dionne and Joan," with solarized photo of women raising clinched fists. Contents include: articles on jailed Joan Bird (Black Panther) and Dionne Donghi (Weatherman), NY Bell Telephone strike, centerspread collage of 9-days listing of militant actions and bombings worldwide, Bread & Roses speech on revolutionary feminism, 2-page spread on "the woman-identified woman," and mini-manual on street warfare first aid, back-cover call-out to Jane Alpert, member of the RAT collective who had just gone underground.