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Bleeding Kansas[edit]

Hi. Please forgive me if I get this wrong - I'm writing from a dangerously semi-ignorant standpoint! I was just concerned as to whether you were absolutely sure that this edit was correct. I thought that Americans preferred to put their punctuation inside the quotation marks, no matter how odd this looks to European English writers. So I have a nasty feeling that it might have been right before in AmE. On the other hand I might be barking up completely the wrong tree - it wouldn't be the first time! I do, as I say. acknowledge that I might have got this completely wrong. I'd just be interested to know what you thought. Thanks and best wishes DBaK (talk) 07:33, 3 May 2013 (UTC)