The Wright Brothers' Struggles
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The paper discusses how public perception, proper construction, patent approval and financial backing presented serious obstacles that threatened the Wright brothers' first manned flying machine. The writer posits that the brothers should be remembered for their tenacity and determination. The writer believes that their difficulties should remind us that nothing good comes without challenges.
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