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Dave Stevens writes: My experience with [the GSEs] began in earnest in 1999 when I became the senior vice president in charge of Single Family at Freddie Mac...It was this period that framed my entire perspective of the GSEs and what made me appreciate that they are both critical to housing finance yet equally as dangerous to the same sector and the broader economy.

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Dave Stevens writes: My experience with [the GSEs] began in earnest in 1999 when I became the senior vice president in charge of Single Family at Freddie Mac…It was this period that framed my entire perspective of the GSEs and what made me appreciate that they are both critical to housing finance yet equally as dangerous to the same sector and the broader economy.

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