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Book "Eleven Letters and a Poem: John F. Kennedy, Jr. to Meg Azzoni


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JFK, Jr. had an intense interest in who murdered his father. His former girlfriend, Meg Azzoni, from the 1970's has the letters to prove that and she has put them in a book: http://www.blurb.com/b/3383904-11-letters-a-poem-john-f-kennedy-jr-to-meg-azzoni

It is a pricey book, $150, but then again these are extremely rare primary sources. [Hardcover now $116, softcover now $101]

"Meg Azzoni has compiled this selection of memories, letters and a poem in order
that you may know John a little better. She was his one of his best friends in high
school at Phillips Academy when they first dated. His heartfelt quest was to expose
and bring to trial those who killed his father. Bored with George, he was about to
run for office with his beautiful and beloved wife. Eventually from the platform
of the Presidency - (yes John I know you would have had to run for the privilege,
but you would have won)-, which controls the justice system, he could have set
things straight. Since then Caroline tried to run for office, was not welcomed and
decided to table the fight or remain a lover. Meg thinks his father's murder was part
of a 60's power coup that erased beautiful and high-minded leaders in favor of
commerce, the military-industrial complex and status quo "MONEY". Meg attended
Princeton University, is an artist and residential architect."


Barr McClellan has given a testimonial:

"Charming letters for an early romance
are now etched in history as Meg Azzoni
tells about John Kennedy, Jr. at Andover
as he comes of age and later as he accepts
the quest as a man, to find justice for his
father. For John Jr., Meg is a friend of many
years as she courageously discloses her
heartwarming profound relationship.
Essential reading for the conspiracy
behind JFK's assassination." Barr McClellan
Barr McClellan was attorney-partner with
Ed Clark, the "secret boss of Texas". Clark
was also the only man LBJ trusted. Barr has
written and spoken extensively on the
conspiracy to kill John Kennedy. He fully
endorses Meg's "Reflections on his Quest"
and thanks her for the courage to disclose
and continue John Jr's search.

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Guest Robert Morrow

Very few people know about this book or Jackie Kennedy quote below. The author Meg Azzoni was a good friend of JFK, Jr. in high school: https://www.facebook.com/margaretazzoni

So rare one can not even find it on Amazon.

Jackie Kennedy on her Mistrust of Lyndon Johnson

One of JFK, Jr.'s best friends at the Phillips Academy was Meg Azzoni. In spring, 1977, she and John went to visit Jackie while Caroline was still at Harvard. Meg says: "Jackie told John and I at the 'break-the-fast' breakfast, 'I did not like or trust Lyndon Johnson.' No one said another word the whole meal in memorial contemplative silence."

[Meg Azzoni, "John F. Kennedy, Jr. to Meg Azzoni 11 Letters: Memories of Kennedys & Reflections on His Quest,” p. 52]

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