- Mr . Ladejinsky is known throughout Asia as Communism's most implacable foe . ".
- A major land reform was also conducted, led by Wolf Ladejinsky of MacArthur's SCAP staff.
- The final charge was that Ladejinsky had been a member of two Communist front organizations, including the Washington Committee for Democratic Action.
- One quoted Benson as having " branded Ladejinsky flatly as a member of two Communist front organizations, and as an economist analyst, and investigator for Amtorg, the Russian trading agency ".
- In December 1954, during the period of McCarthyism in the United States, Ladejinsky was the central figure in a highly public incident which aroused furor among Communist Party " to work for Amtorg Trading Corporation, for whom he served briefly as a translator in 1930.
- These included, among government and political officials : Major Archimedes Patti, Edward Lansdale, Wesley Fishel, Wolfe Ladejinsky, Ted Serong, William Colby, Chester Cooper, Daniel Ellsberg, Douglas Pike, John Mecklin, Barry Zorthian, Ambassador Edward Kennedy during a fact-finding trip to Viet Nam.
- In October 1956, with the urge from Wolf Ladejinsky, Di?m's personal adviser on agrarian reform, Di?m promulgated a more serious ordinance on the land reform, in which he proclaimed a " land to the tiller " program to put a relatively high 100 hectares limit on rice land and 15 hectares for ancestral worship.
- After World War II, Gen . Douglas MacArthur and the new Japanese government _ inspired by the writings of Wolf Ladejinsky, who was associated with the U . S . Department of Agriculture, and by Japanese technocrats _ deprived the feudal-military establishment of its constituents by replacing a feudal legal system with a property-based law that protected individuals, including the poor.