The Boston Tea party was the boiling point of the American Revolution.
On the stamp Act, the Boston Tea party passed laws that were unpopular among the colonists hence violating the human rights.
The intorerable acts passed by the Boston Tea party led to closure of Boston Harbor. These series of laws became the major push and outbreak of the American Revolution in 1775.
The events of the Boston Tea party helped to unite the colonies against Britain thus causing the Boston massacre.