Example sentences for: issues--what

How can you use “issues--what” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • What is portentously called Clinton's "place in history" will probably depend less on his sounding like Václav Havel than on a bunch of quotidian issues--what he referred to dismissively in his prayer-breakfast speech as "balancing the budget and all that."

  • The press can also do a poor job analyzing policy issues--what was the last really illuminating story you read about the Social Security trust fund?

  • As I see it, there are three separate issues--what topics are being taught, how much homework kids get, and what approach is used for teaching.

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