Why did the early revolutions fail?

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What were some of the reasons for failure in Naples?
Ferdinand told Metternich that he had to grant a constitution out of fear from rebels. Metternich accepted need for his assistance and entered Naples crushing the rebels
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What were the failures in Sicily?
Members of the middle class had a meeting in the newly elected parliament to say that Sicily weren't allowed to gain independence from Naples. Once order had been restored in Naples, the Austrians recovered control in Sicily.
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Problems in Piedmont?
When Charles Albert took to the throne, he was actually second in line to Charles Felix who denounced Albert. Felix then appealed to Metternich for aid who's troops managed to defeat the rebels at Battle of Novara 1821
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Modena and Parma's failures?
Austria swept through and crushed revolts
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Summary:
Austrian power too strong. No communication/co-operation with each other revolutionary. No help from the outside.
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What were the failures in Sicily?

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Members of the middle class had a meeting in the newly elected parliament to say that Sicily weren't allowed to gain independence from Naples. Once order had been restored in Naples, the Austrians recovered control in Sicily.

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Problems in Piedmont?

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