> St. John's Law Review
> Vol. 30
> No. 2
Constitutional Law--Property--Clause Providing for Reverter Upon Use by Non-Whites Held Valid (Charlotte Park and Recreation Comm'n v. Barringer, 242 N.C. 311 (1955))
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