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The Tennis Court Oath was a promise to _______. a. write a constitution c. to end the powers of the nobility b. to remove the king d. to begin taxing the clergy

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  1. dmytro1996
    • one year ago
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    That the Third Estate declared itself a National Assembly, and would not separate until France had a constitution. The vow was not made by the National Assembly. The Third Estate solemnly swore they would not disband until they were recognised as a National Assembly and a constitution was drawn up and accepted by King Louis XVI. They vowed not to part or disband until they had written a Constitution.

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