A third wave of economic embargo was formed in 1774. In protest against various parliamentary restrictions, the Continental Congress created the Continental Federation, which imposed non-import, non-import and non-export conditions on the colonies. However, in defiance of colonial wishes, British traders opened new export markets and the London government decided to dismantle the colonial rebellion. The war ensued. Non-import agreements have not only contributed to the upsurriving of undesirable behaviour, but have also contributed to lower exchange rates and the clearing of inventories filled with importers. The whole struggle for the 1760s can be seen as a firm commitment by the settlers to economic and political independence, as an attempt to eliminate illegal taxes and customs duties, which they believed was possible. One of these attempts was the Boston Non-Import Agreement, which, although not very successful, also contributed to this struggle, which would later lead to an escalation of conflicts and, later, to the American Revolution itself. It can also be concluded that non-imports were also a means of cleaning up inventories, resetting profitability and offsetting exchange rates. Final non-import agreementsThe final non-import agreements in 1774 were initiated by the Continental Congress, which founded the Continental Federation. The first non-import agreementsThe first non-import agreements were created by the Stamp Act of 1765. Although Sons of Liberty`s involvement was indisputable in the affairs of the non-import agreements, they were not the only ones opposing British rule. At the time without British luxury goods, tea or textiles, there seemed to be an opportunity for patriotic women to play a role in public affairs.  Although they did not join the public protest, they formed a strong group called Daughters of Liberty.
Instead, they contributed to the manufacture of products when non-import agreements came into force and led to deficits in British products, particularly textiles. They spin yarn and knit yarn into fabric.  They also decided to join the initiative to boycott English tea, instead using various herbs and plants such as mint or raspberry. Often, these women run either a household or even a small store. This allowed them to choose the goods they wanted to buy and the goods they wanted to boycott. As a result, they have had a huge impact on non-imports and their effectiveness. Non-import agreements and the sons of freedomThe sons of freedom were determined to enforce non-import agreements, which incited awareness of colonial abuses against British rule. The actions and protests of the sons of freedom have shifted from peaceful rallies, from boycotts and small secret actions to public demonstrations of riots and violence.