All the peoples of the world, without exception -- except for modern culture -- have always based their material culture on the concept that property is communally owned. Property -- land, food, etc. -- was always shared. This has been the case for tribal, nomadic societies and for other, more politically developed societies in different parts of the world. Private property, as something natural and inviolable, is a product of history, and as such can be stripped down to its roots, and more importantly, can be modified within a utopian vision integrated into our political practice.