This book chapter considers the role and history of the British Invalid Carriage, often a Government supplied vehicle, which in the 1970s provided liberation, isolation and danger in one 'blue' bundle of care. Taking a journey through his families past, motor history, design and disability studies, McKeown questions why Government ministers and scientists felt able to design and supply vehicles that were already deemed unfit for pupose by the intended users.
|Title of host publication||Historische Bildung inklusiv|
|Subtitle of host publication||Zur Rekonstruktion, Vermittlung und Aneignung vielfältiger Vergangenheiten|
|Editors||Oliver Musenberg, Raphael Koßmann , Marc Ruhlandt, Kristina Schmidt , Seda Uslu|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2021|