What's the rule for using “who” or “whom”?
"The negative may be insecurity, in lieu of an absolute authority whom can to confirm your beliefs."
This is the sentence. I am unsure whether to use who, or whom.
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It should be 'who', because it is the Nominative Case.
is wrong, though. Can takes the bare infinitive (without to).