I have a question about the use of pronouns.
Can a pronoun represent a noun first appearing in a relative clause?
Can a pronoun represent a noun first appearing as an object (like the object of a verb or preposition, etc)?
Or a pronoun can always represent a noun wherever the noun first appears as long as it precede the pronoun?
Friend: Why do you support the movement?
Me: The movement can alleviate the problem [which women have] for them.
The bold part "which women have" is the relative clause.
Can the "them" represent the word "women", which is in the adjective clause?
Is it grammatically correct to use a pronoun like that?
(1) I will come back from the store with potatoes in my basket and get rid of them for cash afterward.
(2) I will amass potatoes and get rid of them for cash afterward.
Can the "them" represent the word "potatoes"?