Order of Business.
It is proposed to take Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6. No. 6 will be taken with No. 3.
It is hoped to do so.
We are getting down to one of them anyhow. We are taking one at the moment.
As fast as we can.
Fishery Harbour Centres Bill, 1967: Committee Stage.
That system does not operate now.
The system of sending it up to Dublin and sending it back again to where it was landed does not obtain any longer.
Local Authorities (Higher Education Grants) Bill, 1968: Second Stage (Resumed)
There is, of course.
Would the Senator explain what that means?
And they are financed by the people.
Democratisation of the universities and of society was the phrase you used.
Will the Senator tell us whether he feels that the student body is a privileged class of people?
I do not mean privileged in that sense but in the sense of being superior to the Government, to the academic authorities and to the people.
Would the Senator tell me whether the priority of the student should be to learn, to study, to acquire knowledge, whether or not that should be number one priority? What is the Senator's view on that?
Who was behind the students?
That is good stuff but it does not answer the question.
I should like to ask one more question. Would the Senator not think that when the student had acquired all this knowledge and had acquired all the academic distinction he could acquire, that this wou...
I am talking about world affairs.
You have not thought that out too well.
I did not get that one.
No feeling of gratitude of course.
You want to create an artificial one.
There is a division in the Dáil and I would ask if the Minister could attend.
I suggest that the House adjourn until 2.30 p.m. tomorrow.
Until the Second Reading has been completed. Debate adjourned. The Seanad adjourned at 10.5 p.m. until 2.30 p.m. on Thursday, 20th June, 1968.