A proposed radical strategy that opposes both neoliberalism and demoliberalism (European 'lite' version of the former), described by Alex Foti in a seminal essay.
Full title: Demoradical vs Demoliberal Regulation
"A political answer to European moderates which would take an explicitly multiethnic, egalitarian and ecological road is what I call DEMORADICAL regulation, i.e. a dramatic change in socioeconomic policy thanks to a progressive social bargain imposed from the bottom up (rather than top-down, as in demoliberal regulation) through labor protest, social conflict, participatory democracy. A progressive front that would link leftist/democratic organizations, unions, movements in their common opposition to technocrats, corporations, financial markets and the liberal regulation these would like to re-assert, in order to protect the unequal economic status quo they have gained so much from. But most of all, demoradicalism would be a clarion call to all emancipatory forces in Europe to mobilize against populist xenophobia, anti-immigration hysteria, clerical interference." (http://info.interactivist.net/article.pl?sid=06/06/22/1650208&mode=nested&tid=14)