Was the Cold War chiefly a clash of national interests, with ideology only secondary?

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Some of the communist countries are Soviet Union, China, parts of Europe and Germany and North Korea. The capitalist countries are United States, South Korea, parts of Europe and Germany. Since the countries are divided and the two leaders, Stalin and Truman (came into power after Roosevelt died), keep pushing at each other and that is what started the Cold War which lasted for years...
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The capitalist countries are United States, South Korea, parts of Europe and Germany. Since the countries are divided and the two leaders, Stalin and Truman (came into power after Roosevelt died), keep pushing at each other and that is what started the Cold War which lasted for years. Once the war started, neither Stalin nor Truman was worried about their countries' ideology instead they only cared about promoting capitalism or communism...
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