The United States has already evolved about 2/3s of the way toward being a one-party corporatist state. Globalists will bring it somewhat unintentionally toward becoming a unitary planetary government with Chinese Communist leaders if it isn’t reformed. The down side of a global government is its absolute power, and that it requires the bloodiest civil revolt to get rid of.
Really I think corporatist leadership that owns the media and concentrates wealth is a consequence of the natural human pile-on principle in economics. It is very difficult to reform that pile from within or without when about everyone is trying to get to the top- sometimes with different ethics so it is tamed a little and more safe. The Utopian United Fruit Company is the overweening applied political philosophy of the Democrat Party
Corporatism promotes people useful for control of power rather than the best for society. It represses those deemed unprofitable. Today society needs a reform of democracy and free enterprise and the concentration of wealth should be capped to prevent a tiny minority from repressing democratic free expression and the marketplace of ideas.
The major political systems are at minimum nearly two centuries old- except for corporatism that was invented by the Italian fascist dictator Mussolini. It was used by Hitler and worked well for a while. because it is the most recent invention it is the most effective rather like Marxism was effective at being taken up by nations in the first party of the 2oth century.
Democracy can be reformed such that all people have a minimum income and security and are not exploited unwillingly by capitalists, yet they would have incentives to work and to invent to have more material substance. Basically the marketplace of ideas need be reformed so society can use the best ideas and ecospherically progenerative ideas and move away from the mindless pile-on monkey see and monkey do value system.
Patents should become public and freely used after seven years with the inventor-patent holders receiving 10% royalties from those that produce the product after the patented idea becomes public.