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In macroeconomics, the gun versus butter model is a simple example of the production possibility frontier. It models the relationship between a nation’s investment in defense and civilian goods. In this model, a nation has to choose between two options when spending its finite resources. It can buy either guns (invest in defense/military) or butter (invest in the production of goods), or a combination of both. This can be seen as an analogy for choices between defense and civilian spending in more complex economies.