We are. But, Native Americans are as much capitalists as anyone else. The Tenocha (Aztec) were using gold to trade with, and in most societies, women owned everything, and women wanted as much as they could get, especially children, and to protect those children (Woman is born to life, man but to die--Any good woman (meaning a widow) can find another man but what is a man with only half a heart (widower). If you've ever experienced a divorce, you've seen Native America in action. Woman gets the house, best car, and et al. Man walks away with his clothes, tools, and something from the bank account. We are capitalists, but follow the korima Law, the sharing of all things in brotherhood.