Freddie Mac, Verizon Made Jesse's Hit List

Timmerman, Kenneth R.
May 2002
Insight on the News;5/27/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p20
Deals with the controversy associated with the tax returns released by the group of Reverend Jesse Jackson in 2000. Items that are included in the tax returns of the group; Amount received by the group from Verizon Communications Inc.; Charges of Jackson against the alleged racially discriminatory practices of the Federal Home Mortgage Corp., or Freddie Mac; Cost of the federal subsidies awarded to the Federal National Mortgage Association and Freddie Mac.


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