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During the 1980s, the legacy of Ronald Reagan was mirrored upon the Iran-Contra affair, the fall of communism, and also the impact of illegal drugs. The Iran-Contra affair jeopardized the legacy of this president. Reagan was appraised for and blamed for the fall of the Soviet Union and the end of the global threat of communism. Another sort of danger to the heritage of Reagan and his government was the threat of illegal drugs in the United States. Thus proving just how much the 1980s was an era of both chaos and triumph that could have influenced the results of the president's heritage. A scenario known as the Iran-Contra Affair appeared, which shifted his legacy and the public opinion that casted a shadow over Ronald Reagan's presidency. The roots of this event arose in the Sandinista (Communist) government which was judgment in Nicaragua, which the United States wanted to be substituted by the Contras that were trained and financed by the USA. Congress stopped the job after reports of human rights abuse in the Contras by the Boland Amendment(Aboukhadijeh). Members of the Reagan administration including Reagan himself wanted to continue to funding from the Contras but to do it in secrecy so a strategy was created exclusively by the continuing Iran-Iraq warfare in 1985 was this possible to occur(PBS). Iran wished to purchase some weapons such as missiles by the United States and then the profits from these sales goes to aiding the Contras. Despite the ongoing embargo of selling weapons to Iran, National Security Adviser, Robert McFarlane addressed President Reagan claiming that the sale of weapons would enhance relations with Iran and Lebanon(PBS). Reagan was driven by another target, and that has been to free the seven American bunch...