Fannie and Freddie Don't Need Banklike Regulation

One of the least heralded accomplishments of Congress in the post-Depression era has been the creation of stockholder-owned government-sponsored enterprises - known as GSEs - to serve as secondary-market and liquidity resources for lenders engaged in housing finance and student loans.

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