How does the tribal community differ from the primitive system?

The tribal community is a more developed form of the primitive system. In ancient times, people lived in small communities where there was no individual property, there was collective labor (hunting, for example). That is, everyone worked for the good of the community. In a tribal community, the community itself consisted of close relatives, where everyone worked together and property was collective. In such a community itself, there was absolute equality.

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