Monopolies – Coercive and Non-Coercive

spelman college

In 1884, Rockefeller provided major funding for a college in Atlanta for African-American women, which became Spelman College (named for Rockefeller's in-laws who were ardent abolitionists before the Civil War). This photograph shows freshman students in the dorm.

In 1884, Rockefeller provided major funding for a college in Atlanta for African-American women, which became Spelman College (named for Rockefeller’s in-laws who were ardent abolitionists before the Civil War). This photograph shows freshman students in the dorm.

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