Why did the revolutions fail 1820-31

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  • Why did the 1820-31 Revolutions fail?
    • Austria and Metternich
      • Austria managed to put down revolutions Naples/ Sicily /Rome/   /Papal States
    • Divided Aims
      • The ambitions of the revolutions were limited by their localism
    • No Popular Support
      • The revolutions didn't have a wide popular support
      • Many were members were part of th secret societies
        • There were no attempts of a whole social revolution
      • They didn't constitute a national uprising
    • No Real Leadership
      • Weak
        • Misley
        • Charles Albert
      • Strong
        • Austria
    • No international Support
      • Misley hoped the French would support them
        • They didn't due to the non-intervention policy
          • This was a problem as it was adopted by Italy
            • Different regions argued it wasn't in their interest to fight for other states
              • Divided Aims
                • The ambitions of the revolutions were limited by their localism

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