I say this for two reasons.
It was fairly common for right-wing businessmen to look at the changes the New Deal was rendering in American society...
Some even detected the malign influence of a Judeo-Bolshevik conspiracy to set up a Soviet America.
The New Deal did some pretty awful things along with some good. (If it was a revolution in American life, it was a limited and incomplete one.)
But the *ACTUAL* fascist sympathizers in the 1930s were ferociously opposed to even the *modest* reforms of the New Deal as too radical.
There's so much written on the New Deal it's hard to figure out where to start. Here are five suggested books.