He could be firm without being dictatorial, disagree without causing offense. Nor was there ever a doubt that when he spoke he knew what he was talking about. Most importantly, he remained entirely himself, never straying from his direct, unpretentious way, and with good effect. McCullough, David. The Wright Brothers (p. 142). Simon & Schuster. Kindle Edition.

— Wilbur Wright manners  

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