Yes, the nation of Australia should honor John Howard as a lasting and significant contributor to its culture, history, direction and progress, because he left Australia a lot stronger then he found it. John Howard had an heir of confidence about him as he related to other countries. He helped maintain a good balance with England.
John Howard was the prime minister of Australia and, as such, implicitly will have a long time term effect on the culture, history, direction and progress of the country. He might not have been popular or liked by certain politician, but what politician on the national stage really is in the end?
Considering that he's the second longest serving Prime Minister in Australian history, the man has had some significant impact on the nation. The country certainly made an impressive economic comeback during his time in this position. Sure, Australia should honor John Howard as a lasting and significant contributor to every aspect of its society.
John Howard was a great prime minister for Australia, and should for sure be remembered as one of the most significant contributors to their culture, history, direction, and progress. His influence as a prime minister was huge, and he helped to push this country towards wealth and more power across the globe.
No head of state is perfect. However, John Howard of Australia is the country's second-longest serving prime minister behind Sir Robert Menzies. Howard served in the House of Representatives from 1974 to 2007. During Howard's administration from 1996 to 2007, his party led Australia through a period of economic growth and prosperity. He also oversaw the 2000 Summer Olympics. Howard was also instrumental in the independence of East Timor and he helped maintain peace in Asia during tense times.