- 2 Post By bhaisahab
I am wondering if I have used possessives correctly in the following sentences:
1. He has become capitalism's slave. (or should one write instead):
2. He has become a slave to capitalism.
3. He was nothing but a dictator's lackey. (or should one write):
4. He was nothing but a lackey to a dictator.
Your possessives are fine.
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