Confiscated the gold of private citizens (guarded on our behalf at Ft. Knox). Sponsored the internment of the Japanese during World War II. Cartelized industry into "code authorities" which would set prices and wages in accordance with the State and determine how much companies would produce.
Used the FCC to control the media and entertainment industries including a production called "Of the People, by the People, and for the People" propagandizing his first two years in office. Then mandating that public schools show the two-hour program in their civics classes.
In general FDR encouraged the idea that individuals are nothing more than materiel for the social machine, as directed by the State. Of course, he and his cohorts ran the State and rightly so as they were so "fair" and "progressive". Every President since (Republican or Democrat) has felt and acted the same way.
Hitler once praised FDR by saying, "Mr. Roosevelt marches straight to his objectives over Congress, lobbies, and the bureaucracy". Mussolini echoed writing, "The appeal to the decisiveness and masculine sobriety of the nation's youth, with which Roosevelt here calls his readers to battle, is reminiscent of the ways and means by which Fascism awakened the Italian people".