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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('An “Aggressive Advocate&quot; and the 1910 Election Chester Rowell once described Hiram Johnson, known for being strong-willed and combative, as “an aggressive advocate.” The son of Grove Johnson, a conservative lawyer and politician who had served as a railroad spokesman in the California legislature, Hiram grew&nbsp;up in Sacramento. He attended the University of California at Berkeley for three years,&nbsp;before dropping out to marry Minnie McNeal. The young groom then studied law in his&nbsp;father’s office until passing the bar examination in 1888. His legal practice included defending labor unions and prosecuting San Francisco’s notoriously corrupt political machine&nbsp;under Boss Ruef and Mayor Eugene E. Schmitz (see Chapter 8). Johnson disagreed with&nbsp;his father about railroad influence, unions, and other political matters, but absorbed his&nbsp;toughness, shrewdness, and temper. He would carry these traits with him into his electoral&nbsp;debut in 1910.\n \nAs the gubernat') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('An “Aggressive Advocate&quot; and the 1910 Election Chester Rowell once described Hiram Johnson, known for being strong-willed and combative, as “an aggressive advocate.” The son of Grove Johnson, a conservative lawyer and politician who had served as a railroad spokesman in the California legislature, Hiram grew&nbsp;up in Sacramento. He attended the University of California at Berkeley for three years,&nbsp;before dropping out to marry Minnie McNeal. The young groom then studied law in his&nbsp;father’s office until passing the bar examination in 1888. His legal practice included defending labor unions and prosecuting San Francisco’s notoriously corrupt political machine&nbsp;under Boss Ruef and Mayor Eugene E. Schmitz (see Chapter 8). Johnson disagreed with&nbsp;his father about railroad influence, unions, and other political matters, but absorbed his&nbsp;toughness, shrewdness, and temper. He would carry these traits with him into his electoral&nbsp;debut in 1910.\n \nAs the gubernat') AND id != 59902 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-07-19 18:59:17' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5