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"Analyzing Alleged Plagiarism in Nineteenth-Century Literature: A Case Study of Ellen G. White’s The Desire of Ages," by David J. Conklin, Jerry Moon, and Kevin Morgan Plagiary 2008 3(5): 1-29.

That study compared 47 authors with each other.  I now have 225 in the study.  The critics have yet to do even two authors.  That would require work; it is much easier to tell a lie.
When they cannot and will not tell you the truth on the simple stuff, why should you trust them on the more complex?

"At the end of the day, the truth is the only thing we have." Horatio Caine, CSI: Miami