You couldn't help getting caught up in
the excitement of seeing the Beatles.
Objections to immigration reform that did surface in the media focused on the individual plights of otherwise law-abiding permanent residents caught up in
the system because of minor immigration violations.
They were caught up in
extraordinary times, of course, but the men and women who made the movement were not born saints and martyrs: They were, at first, just like anybody else.
As do the white characters in Brown's novel, which eschews the luxuries of demonizing to portray whites caught up in
major change and moved to entertain its ramifications; Rice feels a certain guilt about "`dancin the darky business'" , while Diamond, the better democrat, relishes his intimacy with otherness.
Unfair, Principal Chris Clark says, because two of her best students are caught up in
something not of their own making.