It can be inferred from the passage that the author most probably believes which of the following to be true concerning those historians who study the history of women? A. Their work provides insights important to those examining social phenomena affecting the lives of both sexes. B. Their work can only be used cautiously by scholars in other disciplines. C. Because they concentrate only on the role of women in the workplace, they draw more reliable conclusions than do other historians. D. While highly interesting, their work has not had an impact on most historians' current assumptions concerning the revolutionary effect of technology in the workplace. E. They oppose the further mechanization of work, which, according to their findings, tends to perpetuate existing inequalities in society.