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Though the revolutions failed to establish new governments, they helped spread ideas that inspired later revolutions.

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Well see the French Revolution ended with alomost the smae govert as they started with a abloute monarch, all that battleing for nothing. Thier king disovled everything without legal permission

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The 1848 revolution in Europe started out as a protest by the middle class people. At its conclusion, it gave way to ideals of liberalism and nationalism.

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national assembly issued a constitution for the second republic

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Most of the uprisings outside of France failed. The rulers used military force, and some of the revolutionaries didn't' have mass support.

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