Sure, why not.
Again, @LarryGlickman has covered this extensively, so dive into this thread for a nice detailed take on it all. (And follow Larry, if you're not already!)
Because he's covered the finer points well, I'll just do a quick tour of a few popular things that were denounced by the right as "socialist" when they were proposed.
(This was common in the New Deal and before - here's Al Smith in 1928 - so I'll focus on the 1950s and 1960s.)
THE INTERSTATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM
Meanwhile, Eisenhower's administration was accused of promoting socialism by the far right. Here's conservative radio host Clarence Manion denouncing the interstate highway system, among other things, as "creeping socialism."
In 1961, Ronald Reagan warned that if the proposals for "socialized medicine" passed, "you and I are going to spend our sunset years telling our children, and our children’s children, what it once was like in America when men were free."
AID TO EDUCATION & SOCIAL SECURITY
In 1965, conservative journalist Walter Trohan denounced all of the Great Society -- Medicare as passed, plus federal aid to education and expansions of Social Security -- as steps to socialism.
We could go on and on here -- and again @LarryGlickman's threads carry this theme across the 20th century, so check them out -- but the pattern is pretty clear.
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