Why Did the Revolutions of 1848 Fail?

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The revolutions of 1848 failed due to the fact that they occurred right after an economic crisis. After the revolution was over, there was nothing left for the people to go back to. The revolutions had begun as a joke without any concrete leaders, ideas and circumstances.
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Because people were arupid and didnt understamd the history of the past revolutions that have happned throughtout history.
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i'm quite interested in the french Revolution right now,how other people just wanted to kill the king and just random citizens
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The revolution of 1848 in Austria was based on the principles of
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Because there was no "italy" in 1848 but a mosaic of small even smaller states. There was no centraly organized army that could hold its own against the army of a centralized
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