In 1999 I was invited by the University of Glasgow to give a lecture to celebrate the opening of their new Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research. I was delighted to accept and, as we were all going millennium crazy at the time, I decided to take as my theme the changing times for disabled people. I was, of course, aware that many years ago Bob Dylan had addressed this theme in one of his songs and so I decided to use the lecture both to explore my chosen theme and to pay homage to someone who was a key influence on my thinking.
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