I guess not.
'Definition of 'Keynesian Economics'
An economic theory stating that active government intervention in the marketplace and monetary policy is the best method of ensuring economic growth and stability.'
Read more: Keynesian Economics Definition | Investopedia
So, you are seriously suggesting that the New Deal was not an example of 'active government intervention in the marketplace and monetary policy'?
So a government increase in spending from 1930 until 1936 of roughly 150%, despite the fact that government revenues actually were lower in 1936 then in 1930...and you say that is not engaging in Keynesian policies?