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New Institute Will Tackle the Tough Questions

This article was written by IWP alumna Rebecca Wostenberg.

When construction began on the USS Constitution in 1794, the fledgling republic had limited resources and would soon face, for a second time, the most powerful navy in the world. Naval architect Joshua Humphreys knew with scarce resources, each ship had to be as formidable as possible and so he set to work building a different type of frigate.

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