"A love of nature keeps no factories busy. It was decided to abolish the love of nature, at any rate among the lower classes."
Which of the following is NOT a strong interpretation of the following quote?
Nature is a necessity to keep the world going; it is more helpful rather than a burden.
In order to keep the factories running, there has to be an ample amount of employees willing to work, and who are not concerned with the pollution that is emitted from these buildings.
The main reason for creating a distaste for nature among the lower caste system is so there will continue to be employees who will complete the mindless jobs that these factories require.
If the workers love nature more than factories, they will be more inclined to find an alternate job so they can work outside in the fresh air rather than inside a sterile environment.
In order to abolish the love of nature, the individuals of the caste system that will ultimately become the factory workers are often conditioned to have a strong distaste for anything that deals with natural order and nature.