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I know this question has been posed many times already, but I've had several people (some even professional editors) who cannot decide on the correct form in this sentence.
Three men, one demon, one minority—on a quest to kill the guy who/whom Domino’s parents love more than him.
Please tell me which is correct. Who or whom?
I myself am unsure (regardless of other answers) in this situation, because a few people and both my developmental and copy editor have differing opinions, so I have no idea which one is right, since both have their own opinions and arguments for this. One editor says "who" is correct here because the person in question is the subject in this sentence (although I'm not sure whether they are right or wrong about that), but the other editor said I need to follow the "he/him" rule. Thus, I don't know which rule to follow.