The Wright Brothers by David McCullough (2/6)

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This well-researched book highlights a transitional period in human development, the dawn of commercial aviation. The obsession with detail, complete dedication to the cause, intuitive engineering, craftsmanship, commitment, and drive of these two brothers is nothing short of phenomenal. Competition between aeronautics inventors, politics, interest from the defense industry, commercial interests, and the eventual fascination with flight by the public combine to make this a fascinating story about the impact engineer-inventors can have on society. 

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