This book introduces the revolutionary new model, The Political-Economic Spectrum (The POLECTRUM). This model has the most accurate definitions for core terms in political science and economics to date. These definitions establish the quantitative relationship between political, economic, and information systems. This development represents a significant advance in the fields of political science and economics. It enables a more objective and accurate analysis of the basis and probable outcomes of public and private policies in these fields. It replaces ideology as a basis for conveying public policy and its outcomes. While ideology is a system of political marketing, the political-economic spectrum is a system of quantifiable relationships. The quantitative character of the political-economic spectrum makes it much less susceptible to manipulation by parochial interests. Using the political-economic spectrum to develop and convey public policy may make the difference between the strengthening of civilized, democratic societies or their extinction during this century. Join the ever-increasing number of those who have found The Political-Economic Spectrum (The POLECTRUM) to be the authoritative reference and starting point in matters of politics and economics.