Moving violations: war zones, wheelchairs, and declarations of independence

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Hyperion, Jul 3, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 371 pages
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A veteran NPR commentator and popular correspondent on ABC-TV's Day One news program relates his experiences of danger and discrimination during to his world travels and confinement to a wheelchair. 25,000 first printing. Tour.

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On a continuum of woe is me to make lemonade, John Hockenberry is far on the lemonade end. A math major at the University of Chicago when a car accident (the driver fell asleep and was killed ... Read full review

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Hockenberry begins the book with the story of going out among refugee Kurds during the first Iraq war, unable to take his wheelchair because of the terrain. So he’s riding a donkey, except for when he ... Read full review

Contents

1 WALKING WITH THE KURDS
3
2GRAVITYS CHILD
15
5 A FAREWELL TO ARMS
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About the author (1995)

Hockenberry is a former reporter for NPR, and is a correspondent on Dateline NBC.