Ivy League schools

Ivy League schools

Ivy League schools all had ties to the Opium trade in the late 19th century with major benefactors using their drug money to fund libraries, societies, and even Princeton itself. Undergraduates even began running opium dens from Boston to New York until a Harvard student overdosed in 1889.

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