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In the 1970s, the United States' economic supremacy was challenged by Europe and which other country?

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    Europe is not a country; it's a continent.

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    Ms. Sue, the question was asking which country challenged US supremacy in the 70s besides Europe?
    Japan, China, Russia or Israel?
    Sorry for the confusion.

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