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Error Number: 1114
The Error returned was:
The table '(temporary)' is full
SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('American Plan After World War I, conservative businessmen renewed their opposition to the rights of workers to organize collectively. Faced with massive strikes during and after the&nbsp;war, they turned to new methods to put an end to the work&nbsp;stoppages. At a 1919 meeting on industrial relations, John\n \nD. Rockefeller, Jr., newly inspired by Canadian MacKenzie&nbsp;King, suggested a more conciliatory approach to deal with&nbsp;labor. Those attending resisted compromise with the labor&nbsp;movement. Instead, over the next year, organized employers created a plan to roll back the wartime gains of the&nbsp;labor movement. Dubbed the American Plan, prominent&nbsp;industrialists and small business owners encouraged others to refuse to negotiate with labor unions. They launched&nbsp;a public relations campaign to persuade public opinion&nbsp;that closed union shops and labor unions themselves were&nbsp;“un-American.”\n \nRecently founded employer organizations in more than 240 cities in ') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('American Plan After World War I, conservative businessmen renewed their opposition to the rights of workers to organize collectively. Faced with massive strikes during and after the&nbsp;war, they turned to new methods to put an end to the work&nbsp;stoppages. At a 1919 meeting on industrial relations, John\n \nD. Rockefeller, Jr., newly inspired by Canadian MacKenzie&nbsp;King, suggested a more conciliatory approach to deal with&nbsp;labor. Those attending resisted compromise with the labor&nbsp;movement. Instead, over the next year, organized employers created a plan to roll back the wartime gains of the&nbsp;labor movement. Dubbed the American Plan, prominent&nbsp;industrialists and small business owners encouraged others to refuse to negotiate with labor unions. They launched&nbsp;a public relations campaign to persuade public opinion&nbsp;that closed union shops and labor unions themselves were&nbsp;“un-American.”\n \nRecently founded employer organizations in more than 240 cities in ') AND id != 82342 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-19 22:45:06' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5