In the United States, at least, commentators (thinking of Vox and 538) pretend that the term has no meaning. But it does and it exists.

Here in Rich Media, Poor Democracy, Robert McChesney describes it quite easily in one paragraph.

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Neoliberalism refers to the policies that maximize the role of mar.
kets and profit-making and minimize the role of nonmarket insti,
tions. It is the deregulation provided by neoliberalism that has been
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prosper as they have. Likewise, neoliberalism is a political itlae yaar
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possible. In short, neoliberal democracy is one where the politica
Sector controls little and debates even less. In such a world politic

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