electric terminal crimping machine，electric terminal crimping machine，electric terminal crimping machine，electric terminal crimping machine，Martin Luther King III was only 10 when his father was assassinated in Memphis, but he was old enough to see that Martin Luther King Jr. "gave his heart, soul and very life for social justice for people of color and for people who felt the sting of economic disadvantage."The month before he died, former President Lyndon B. Johnson spoke to students at the LBJ Library's civil rights symposium, recalled his daughter, Luci B. Johnson. "I watched him place a nitroglycerin tablet under his tongue and rushed to his side afterwards to ask him why he had come to speak when he was so very ill? He told me, 'If I had died speaking for civil rights then I would have gone dying for what I lived for. What more could any man want?'"The children of King and Johnson wrote for CNN Opinion on the 58th anniversary this weekend of the landmark March on Washington. They lamented that much of what their fathers accomplished on voting rights is "unraveling," due to the Supreme Court's 2013 decision gutting a key part of the 1965 Voting Rights Act, as well as legislation in many states that restricts the opportunity to vote."In 1965, Democrats and Republicans came together to make our fathers' vision for the right to vote a reality for all Americans. Now we must come together once again to deliver on that promise."