In general, which best explains why communist revolutions did not happen? Workers were too tired and poor to revolt. Moderate socialists were less radical. Capitalist governments enacted reforms. Workers were not convinced they would work

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An important reason why communist revolutions didn't happen was that workers were often not convinced they would work because they didn't really think they could change a lot while this wasn't the case with the people who were leading the communists - they thought that by a worker's revolution everything would change. 
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First of all, why did you copy and paste the entire declaration? xD

I did my best, but here you go:

Paragraph 1 in a sentence - We can have our own freedom of speech in politics, etc.

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Paragraph 3 in a sentence - Great Britain won't give them freedom, and they're trying to control their government.

Paragraph 4 in a sentence - We want to be our own free country without Great Britain dictating our government.

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