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What name was given to the political competition between Western democracies and communist nations after World War II? A. Communist War B. World War III C. Political War D. Cold War
The political competition between Western democracies and communist nations after World War II was named Cold War.
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The political competition between Western democracies and communist nations after World War II was named Cold War.

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