Back To Dixie By Len Hyde

Synopsis In the not-too-distant future, Workfare will replace welfare in America. The Workfare program will require everyone receiving any form of assistance to work in government assigned jobs for not much more than food and shelter. Because of this, many will equate it to modern day slavery, especially since it will affect the nation’s black, brown, and poor citizens disproportionately. Back to Dixie takes readers on a powerful and emotional journey through a course of events that divide the country, possibly irreparably. The story follows a group of friends as the political pendulum aggressively swings from far left to far right. They go from thriving in a purposefully compassionate America one moment to being wards of the state with no rights in the next. The story chronicles the career of an ultra-conservative politician from the Deep South as he ascends to the highest office in the free world, where he...
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