Can the word "that" be the subject of the subordinate clause in sentences of the construction "... such ... that ..."?
For example, I believe the sentence:
- "It was such a bad ruling that there was a great discontent among people"
is correct, because I've seen a lot of sentences in which the "that" isn't the subject. But I'm not sure about the sentence:
- "It was such a bad ruling that caused a great discontent among people"
because in this case the "that" is the subject, which I've never seen before. I made up both sentences.