Richard M. Nixon

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The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word "crisis." One brush stroke stands for danger, the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger - but recognize the opportunity.

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user60655 6 années, 5 mois avant
Downvoted. The quote may be a real quote from Nixon, but he was wrong about the Chinese word for crisis. Look it up.
teil0 7 années, 7 mois avant
Periods and commas always go inside the quotes in US English, even when quoting a single word.

The only exception is when a parenthetical expression follows the quote mark. In that case the period or comma goes at the very end after the closing parenthesis.

Every style manual agrees: AP, Chicago, Strunk and White, all of them.
user6590 10 années, 2 mois avant
The first occurrence of crisis should have quotation marks around it, and the period should be outside them. The hyphen is also a little questionable but is probably ok.
suyohako 10 années, 3 mois avant

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