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Aristotle
used in Killing Kennedy

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one of the greatest of the ancient Athenian philosophers who did much to influence Western thinking; pupil of Plato; teacher of Alexander the Great (384-322 BC)
  • It's bad enough that Jackie Kennedy is cavorting around the Mediterranean with Aristotle Onassis, a man whom the president does not trust.
    p. 218.1
  • There they will spend two weeks aboard the yacht Christina, owned by the shadowy womanizer Aristotle Onassis, a man who has been under surveillance by the FBI for almost twenty years due to his unscrupulous business practices.
    p. 215.2
  • It's no wonder that, back in 1961, when the First Lady went abroad alone on a goodwill tour, President Kennedy issued very firm instructions to Jackie's Secret Service detail: "Whatever you do in Greece, do not let Mrs. Kennedy cross paths with Aristotle Onassis."
    p. 215.5
  • Perhaps worst of all, however, Aristotle Onassis is a known philanderer.
    p. 218.5
  • The writer goes on to add archly that it would be common courtesy for the president and First Lady to reciprocate by inviting Aristotle Onassis to the White House next time he's in the United States.
    p. 222.8
  • He also understands that his wife is drawn to the Christina's opulence and to the vast wealth of Aristotle Onassis.
    p. 223.1
  • In 1968 she married Aristotle Onassis, the Creek shipping tycoon on whose yacht she recovered from the death of her son Patrick.
    p. 295.2

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