Secondly, the author refers to three aspects that demonstrate to the success of jazz enterprise in Monroe, namely a 100,000 people attended jazz festival, residence of a few well-known jazz musicians, and a so-called highest-rated radio program. In spite of the fact that these three standpoints are compelling, his argument is rife with holes, and thus, not strong enough to support his stand. First, the author equated a 100,000 people attended festival with high-rated radio program to a great revenue. Nevertheless, he has nowhere mentioned the proportion of local residents who attended the jazz festival and the survey report of the rate of the radio program. Suppose 80 percent of the people who attended the festival were tourists, who visit Monroe once a year or even once in his lifetime. In that way, the number 100,000 would be meaningless. Afterward, jazz musicians living in Monroe does not mean they would contribute to the development of jazz enterprise. Choosing a place of residence can have multiple reasons. Geographical superiority, nice environment, fresh air, and rich products, each can be the reason why they choose to live here. Thus, jazz musicians living in Monroe was not a strong point of view for the popularity of jazz music. Further evidence is needed to strength the author’s standpoint.