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1. Which sentence contributes to the author’s main idea in the informational text “The Cold War”?
1.“Stalin wanted to maintain control over these nations, which were on the western border of the Soviet Union.”
2.“The Soviet Union had liberated several Eastern European nations (including Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary) from Nazi rule toward the end of the war.”
3.“The Berlin Wall prohibited the Communist eastern portion of the city from interacting with the capitalist western portion of the city.”
4.“Minister Winston Churchill agreed that Japan must surrender unconditionally, and that Germany would be divided into four occupation zones administered by the Soviet Union, France, Britain, and the United States.”


2. What detail would be most helpful in supporting the author’s main claim in “The Cold War”?
1.Although the Iron Curtain was an imaginary barrier, the Berlin Wall became a physical sign of the division between democratic and communist nations.
2.Following World War II, the nation of Germany was split into four zones, each occupied by an Allied power.
3.Just after the end of World War II, the Allied leaders met in Potsdam, Germany.
4.The Allied leaders did not agree on everything at the conference


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