Are these correct? He and Bob hate each other. You and they should try to get along. The winners of the tournament were Morgan and I. (This one could go either way: Morgan and I were the winners of the tournament [Morgan was the winner; I was the winner]. But: The winner was Morgan; the winner was me. Which, technically, is correct?) I think the trick for the following is to eliminate the nouns 'women' and 'men' to determine whether 'us' or 'we' is correct. That decision will affect us women. That decision will affect us (women). We men will stand up for our rights! We (men) will stand up for our rights! Thank you.