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The brothers apparently succeeded where favored others had failed, including a better-funded flight attempt backed by funds from the War Department.

David McCullough probes deeper into a well-known historical tale with 'The Wright Brothers'

May 20th, 2015

The brothers apparently succeeded where favored others had failed, including a better-funded flight attempt backed by funds from the War Department.

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