“A Society that has no locks can tolerate no thief; without paper or other easy record of man’s word it can tolerate no liar, and no troublemaker if there is no jail, no prison. Such a society must orient its young very early. If, in addition, there is no established creed, no organized priesthood, no one to say what must be believed, or to offer a refuge, then the members of that society must be given a strong sense of their inalienability from all things of the earth and the sky and all that lies between. This sense must not be that of the infant, to whom all things are joined, his to command, but that of the adult, upon whose conduct all things are dependent. When men are not brave the rains fail for all, and when the women lose their virtue the buffalo do not return.”