The excitement of a new Haggada in English, with a focused message and educational images, awaits the 5775/2015 Seder attendee.The tome’s official title is The Lieberman Open Orthodox Haggadah (The Orlofsky Edition), making clear what you will discover in its pages. A major spokesman for modern Orthodoxy in the US, Dr. Avi Weiss has many disciples; now one of them, Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld of Washington, has presented this Haggada, with its important focus on Am Yisrael.Studying American Passover history, one finds a continuing interest in Haggadot that make a statement about aspects of Judaism. An early example appeared in 1879 in Chicago. The illustration of the Four Children underscored the point dramatically: The image of the rasha (wicked son) is that of a young man, clad in fancy duds and bareheaded, smoking at his family’s Seder table. The new age of Judaism had reached America; the interpretation was awaited.