Interesting question. I don't know how primate societies work (other than human), are they closer to humans, squirrels, butterflies or bees? There are so many organizational structures for so many species, I've never thought about which are more similar to us...
My hunch is that cavemen and cavewomen didn't decide which structure to follow and then go with it. I'm thinking it's more of an evolutionary pattern. Like they do what works for their small tribe and then if tribes merge they maybe come up with a new system and so on and so on.
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