LBJ, MLK: Legacies for keeps or up for grabs?
Heirs care about how their parents are remembered, although they have very different ways of showing it.
The daughters of President Lyndon B. Johnson, for example, are trying busily to spruce up their father's record of a half-century ago. The sons of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., by contrast, sound eager to offer their father's legacy piece-by-piece to the highest bidders.