Efficiency is all right in its place, in the shop, the factory, the store. The trouble with efficiency is that it wants to rule our play as well as our work; it won't be content to reign in the shop, it follows us home. It can be inferred from the above passage that
The author is of the opinion that one cannot limit efficiency to just work. It tends to affect a person's non-work life as well. In other words, efficiency can become all-pervading. Option a) is the correct answer.
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