Jason Duhmell was the leader of the southern secessionist movement that after over twenty years of conflict ultimately created a short-lived nation-state comprised of the states of the American Deep South. This nation called the Republic of Dixie lasted only as long as he.
Jason Duhmell became involved in southern politics after his tour in the army. In the 1940's he joined and quickly became a prominent face in anti-Washington politics and eventually becoming the military leader of a open revolution and post-war president.
Jason Duhmell is commemorated in Tallahassee, Florida with a statue erected after his death. To many in reunified American politics he is a symbol the anti-Washington establishment.