Moving Violations by John Hockenberry
War Zones, Wheelchairs, and Declarations of Independence

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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.
 

About John Hockenberry

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Hockenberry is a former reporter for NPR, and is a correspondent on Dateline NBC.
 
Published July 3, 1995 by Hyperion. 371 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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One flight attendant opened a conversation by asking, ``Have you ever thought about killing yourself?'' Her follow-up question: ``Are you able to do it with a woman?'' Hockenberry recounts a life that is full of triumph and humiliation, romance and harsh reality, inventive strategies and daily fr...

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In 1976, Hockenberry was left a paraplegic after an auto accident and has now spent half his life in a wheelchair, a ``crip,'' as he puts it. After college, he worked for National Public Radio for 12

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ABC correspondent Hockenberry, who was left a paraplegic after a 1976 car accident, writes of living life from a wheelchair.

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