We have been examining different conservative ideologies. But there are also different ideologies and policy prescriptions on the left. One that seems to be coming back into vogue is “corporatism.” This had its origins with Mussolini.
Kevin D. Williamson explains in his National Review article Elizabeth Warren, Corporatist:
“Corporatism” is one of the most misunderstood words in the political vocabulary. American progressives use it to indicate the domination of the state by business interests, when in fact it means something closer to the opposite: the subordination of commerce and industry to political mandates.