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For example, see Alice Kessler-Harris, “Where Are The Organized Women Workers?”, Feminist Studies, 3 (1/2), Fall, pp. 92-110; and, Ruth Frager, “No Proper Deal: Women Workers and the Canadian Labour Movement, 1870-1940”, Pp. 44-66 in Linda Briskin and Lynda Yanz (eds), Union Sisters. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1983; and, Linda Briskin and Patricia McDermott (eds.), Challenging Unions: Women, Militancy and Democracy Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993