Many different groups and individuals objected to President Roosevelt's New Deal. These people included the Supreme Court, former President Herbert Hoover, Huey Long, the wealthy people and several newspapers and magazines showing the opinions of many average Americans. Some people, like Huey Long, believed that the wealth in America would not be redistributed, to help the people in poverty. On the other hand, the wealthy people in America were against FDR and his New Deal because the government was giving the country's money to the poor for work relief, and not helping everyone else. Other people, like the Supreme Court and it's justices, were against many of the New Deal programs because they gave more power to the federal government. Due to this, FDR tried to pack the court with more justices, so that he would have a majority. But all this action did was increase the amount of people who were against him. Many average Americans also protested to the New Deal because they thought that it would lead FDR to become a dictator, which was similar to what was happening in Europe with Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin and many others. They worried that the programs within the New Deal would give the federal government that it would turn into a dictatorship. Lastly, President Hoover was a strong disbeliever in the New Deal and it's actions for several reasons, including increasing business competition, caused inflation and supported monopolies. All of these groups and individuals were just some example of the people who did not support FDR's New Deal, which caused a lot of controversy and debate in after the Depression in the 1930s.