Some of workers A-who resent- the supervisor’s authority B- would probably- feel uncomfortable C-if- they were to acquire the independence that D-they demand-.
I thought that ‘they demand’ would be ‘demanded’ but the answer says there is no error. Why demand is correct? Is it because the ‘if’ part is in subjunctive mood not in past tense? and the demand parallels with resent?

Thanks 🙂

“Demand” should be in the same tense as “resent.”

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