Guys I need a little help sorting out the BS from the truth about Franklin Raines.
I am doing a "short" paper for a class called "Into to macro-economics" and my instructor thought I might like to dig into the controversy around this man.
To date I started reading all the stuff i can on line but most of it seems to be either biased to the conservatives in the form of blaming Raines for everything from the fall of the housing mortgage market to the fall of Rome, or biased to the far left removing most if not all blame.
SO I need some help, this guy and the entire subject is so broad and so hard to get truthful data on and I really want to write something unbiased and truthful about a specific aspect of his work with Fannie Mae. I thought about looking at Raines and his handling of some aspects of the Cap and Trade carbon exchanges but again hard to find good factual data.
I am out of my usual area on this one and would appreciate any help you guys could give.