This sentence is the sentence with the worst punctuation I've even seen, while still not actually being incorrect:
Elias Canetti, in his classic book, Crowds and Power, wrote: "The baiting crowd is preserved in the newspaper-reading public, in a milder form, it is true, but, because of its distance from events, a more irresponsible one."
Yes, I do note such things. One day, when I am old and strange, I will write a three-thousand page book about commas, to bring my kookdom into full flourish. I will probably write it in TeX, so I can have frightening section numbering on my headings, like "18.104.22.168.1.1: Nonimplicit Appositive Phrases Before Complex Verbs in Garden-Path Sentences".