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Her subject is Patrick Henry College, a small Christian college outside Washington, D.C. Founded in 2000, by 2002 it had already become a major pipeline supplying youthful interns to the White House.
In fact, such activity is the college's raison d'être. "You are the tip of the spear," the college's founder, homeschooling activist Michael Farris, likes to tell his students. These kids – many of whom were homeschooled – are the academic elite of the evangelical world. Farris aims to mold them into "shape-shifters" – bright kids who, combining Ivy-caliber educations with conservative Christian values, will "move between two worlds with their essential natures intact."
Paulson's three immediate predecessors as CEO of Goldman Sachs — Jon Corzine, Stephen Friedman, and Robert Rubin — each left the company to serve in government
By Patrick Rucker Thu Sep 20, 12:33 PM ET
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson told Congress on Thursday they are open to letting Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac buy more troubled home loans if the companies control risk and agree to tougher oversight.
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