Nolan chart

The Nolan Chart is a political spectrum diagram created by David Nolan in 1969. The chart divides human political views into two vectors – economic opinion and personal opinion – to produce a type of Cartesian chart. It expands political view analysis beyond the traditional “left–right” line, which measures politics along a one-dimensional line, into a graph with two dimensions: degrees of economic and personal freedom.

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