[not addressed to BDL in particular]
I'm not sure what Lori W. likes or dislikes, but if liberalization is so all-fired important, any destruction of an institution like the IMF or WTO must be followed by new pressures to recreate them. If the predominant left wing of the anti-global constituency holds out against corporatist reformulation, it can negotiate a more democratic one.
The same pragmatism in labor that is regularly excoriated here makes a "nix" call an invitation to fix. The only question is how good a deal labor decides to fight for.
There is no meaningful right-wing, anti-global organized force. It is solely a creature of Buchanan and Perot. Just consider the Reform Party, which makes the Dems a paragon of organization and discipline by comparison.
"National capital" is similarly a joke. Millikin can spend all the money he wants. He's not going to create a movement out of incoherent logic and the likes of Lenora Fulani. Where is the great line-up of 'national capitalists'? What have they got besides a few hole-in-the-wall organizations?
So the logic of anti-globalism/anti-neoliberalism is social-democratic and left-populist.