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Report Prompts Calls To End Freddie Mac's Conflict Of Interest

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What's Next: Life After Fannie And Freddie

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Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: The Bailout Of Fannie And Freddie

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'Kill Them, Bury Them': The Rise Of Fannie And Freddie

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