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"Lisa E. Davenport persuasively argues for jazz diplomacy as an innovative factor in the U.S. Foreign Policy of Containment, which was effectively utilized during the Cold War era to interrupt the spread of communism. Davenport makes excellent use of an array of archival sources and interviews, notably in Russia, and offers new and intriguing insights on the United States' ability to prevail over the Soviets in its effort to maintain democracy's superiority over communism."
-Barbara P. Josiah, historian at John Jay College, City University of New York