When it comes to investigations, Matthew J. Connelly is a veteran. He went to Washington in 1938 as a special investigator for the WPA, soon moved over to work for a congressional committee that was investigating the WPA. Then he became head of Harry S. Truman's Senate Committee staff investigating U.S. war spending. His skillful work there made Investigator Connelly one of Truman's most trusted aides, and when Truman moved to the White House, Connelly went along as appointments secretary. Last week Matt Connelly, 48, now a...

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