We had exams three days ago, and there's a question I still don't get. We had to correct (but were not allowed to split into two sentences):
Good papers do not merely review literature and then say something like "there are many different points of view, and all of which have something good to say."
... of view, all of which having something good to say.
The right answer was:
... of view, and all of them have something good to say.
Is my answer completely wrong, or can it work as well?