Which is the correct form:
- one of those men who doesn't
- one of those men who don't
I searched in Google Books and found 9 results for doesn't and 5 results for don't. Maybe both options are acceptable? If yes, is there a difference in meaning?
“Perhaps Dr.Winter is one of those men who doesn't believe females should be exposed to the unpleasantness of illness,” Dr. Hubbell suggested acerbically. (Victoria Thompson)
... now and then, a story that would frighten you to death if you were one of those men who don't know how to smile in time. (Joseph Conrad)