LET MY PEOPLE GO: A HAGGADAH
by Mark Podwal, with introduction by Theodore Bikel
New York; Darien House, 1972
Illustrated with over 50 black and white illustrations which focus on the plight of Soviet Jews. [x]

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    IT’S PASSOVER, Y’ALL! Gotta make Matzo Ball soup for 20 people, most of which are Harvard Law Students, so it had better...
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    whaaat?! Bikel wrote a Haggadah intro? Check his tag, guys. He’s the best.
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