PASSION AND PREJUDICE: A FAMILY MEMOIR
by Sallie Bingham
Knopf; 525 pages; $22.95
By now the Binghams of Louisville must have the cleanest dirty laundry in the country. Two books have previously been published and another is in the works about their squabbles over money and power and the subsequent sale of the family-owned Louisville Courier-Journal and associated enterprises. Passion and Prejudice is the first account of the troubles written by a participant. Sallie Bingham, 52, is the rebellious and talented daughter regarded by many as the catalyst who precipitated the breakup of the family business, which grossed the author $62...