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Could be a couple of things: the first two apply ONLY to POWER WINDOWS:
1-window switch went bad (not common but it happens)
2-window motor only works one direction (even more rare, but still has happened)
3-window regulator defective(power windows-maybe broken cable or mechanism; manual crank window regulator-broken mechanism.
If you have power windows:
Do you hear the motor running or binding when trying to roll window down? bad regulator
No noise? switch or motor
You need to remove your door panel to see and access the interior operating components. When you get that far you'll most likely see something obviously broken.
Then you'll need to examine the regulator and see if it has a broken cable or other binding parts.
Not a big deal to replace the window motor or regulator, but requires a little patience and manual dexterity.
There are broken wires in the wiring harness between the frame and your driver's side door. These wires control all the windows and door locks in a 95 Jeep. Same thing happened to me. You will have to cut the rubber boot to get it off and check which wires are broken and repair them.
I'd take a look at the driver's door window switch unit. Power to each door is routed through that switch panel first, and then to the other doors. If it died or failed in some way, it'll keep you from opening any windows in the car, using any of the switches. They're available at most salvage yards for around $10 - it's a quick and easy try and it may well fix your problem.