Categories Uncategorized Fictional Presidents of Back to Dixie Back to Dixie covers a period of 10 years and the administrations of two very different presidents. Post author By LHyde Post date February 4, 2022 No Comments on Fictional Presidents of Back to Dixie Back to Dixie explores the dramatic impact that politicians and corporations have on America’s race relations through the eyes of everyday people. The novel covers a period of 10 years and the administrations of two very different presidents. In the early chapters, President Jim Weldon passes the SCALE Act for Social Justice in an attempt to address the systemic racism issue. Later in the book, President Willie Earl revokes the voting rights of many Black and poor citizens and passes the National Workfare Act in 2029. Workfare, originally described as a job training and betterent program, would later be compared to modern-day slavery. Tags books, diversity, fiction, modern-day slavery, politicalthriller, racism, thrillers, urbanfiction ← How a Back to Dixie law sparked political outrage online → Q&A with Back to Dixie author, Len Hyde Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.