Before becoming Secretary of the Treasury, he was the CEO of Goldman Sachs. Yet, free-market champion Henry Paulson engineered the biggest bank bailout in American history. Recounting closed chamber conversations (including John McCain’s campaign-stopping trip to Washington) and his public statements, Secretary Paulson rewinds to 2008 in his memoir, "On the Brink." Did the Troubled Asset Relief Program violate markets, and reward Wall Street risk-takers? Or was it the unpleasant but necessary policy that staved off financial collapse? Larry Mantle gets behind the scenes with Hank Paulson.