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Why did most of the revolutions of 1848 fail to achieve their goals?

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The Revolutions of 1848 were a series of citizens rebellions against the oppression of the monarchies of European countries, such as France, Germany, and Italy. Almost all revolutions failed due to lack of military support, weak alliances, disunity of revolutionaries, and selfish interest of the people.

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