There was no attempt to revitalise the more promsiing industries, not all were total crap
Of course, not all were total crap. Only 90% of them. 10% was promising.
History books will one day recognise him as one of the greatest economists of modern Europe.
Probably not, coz he only implemented what other foreign economists had invented long before. But he will be mentioned in Polish history books as the one who dared to take the risk and transform communist system into capitalist. It had never been done before so he made a few mistakes, which were painful to some groups, e.g., PGR state farm workers. But the final result was very positive.