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The principal two antagonists during the Cold War were _____. Red China and Soviet Union Soviet Union and United States United States and Great Britain Great Britain and Red China
The principal two antagonists during the Cold War were Soviet Union and United States.
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User: The principal two antagonists during the Cold War were _____. Red China and Soviet Union Soviet Union and United States United States and Great Britain Great Britain and Red China

Weegy: Red China and Soviet Union
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