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For feminist scholars, Kessler-Harris`s concern that the term "labor history" (i)_____ images of male workers exclusively may be (ii)_____; her own immense contributions to the field offer evidence that feminism has (iii)_____ the questions posed by labor historians, moving women`s concerns from the periphery closer to the center of labor history writing.
- overly bold
- too pessimistic
- unwittingly condescending
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