The reason I asked the question about corporatism, it's because you don't know that corporatism is an actual thing, and it has nothing to do with corporations.
"Corporatism is a collectivist political ideology which advocates the organization of society by corporate groups, such as agricultural, labour, military, business, scientific, or guild associations, on the basis of their common interests.
As originally conceived, and as enacted in fascist states in mid-20th century Europe, corporatism was meant to be an alternative to both free market economies and socialist economies. The hypothesis that society will reach a peak of harmonious functioning when each of its divisions efficiently performs its designated function, as a body's organs individually contribute to its general health and functionality, lies at the center of corporatist theory. Corporatism, socioeconomically, is based on an organization called a corporation, whence it gets its name."
Do you STILL think Reagan was a 'corporatist?'