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The Southside Rag was a free, alternative newspaper published in Birmingham in 1970. The first issue was distributed during a free concert at [[Avondale Park]] on July 19, 1970. According to a letter published in [[The Great Speckled Bird]], "several really heavy things [depended] on the success of The Rag," including "the fate of a drug rehabilitation commune and... the success of several new freak-operated community shops selling locally produced stuff."
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The Southside Rag was an alternative newspaper published in Birmingham in 1970. The first issue was distributed during a free concert at [[Avondale Park]] on July 19, 1970. According to a letter published in [[The Great Speckled Bird]], "several really heavy things [depended] on the success of The Rag," including "the fate of a drug rehabilitation commune and... the success of several new freak-operated community shops selling locally produced stuff."
  
 
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The Southside Rag was an alternative newspaper published in Birmingham in 1970. The first issue was distributed during a free concert at Avondale Park on July 19, 1970. According to a letter published in The Great Speckled Bird, "several really heavy things [depended] on the success of The Rag," including "the fate of a drug rehabilitation commune and... the success of several new freak-operated community shops selling locally produced stuff."

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