DEFENSE: A Proper Perch for the Dove

For weeks Jimmy Carter has been trying to find precisely the right job for the special talents of Paul Warnke, 57, a bright, able veteran of several Pentagon jobs. But Warnke is also damned by his critics as the superdove of the foreign policy Establishment. Warnke's ideology was certainly a problem when he was passed over for the No. 1 posts at State, Defense and the CIA. Last week President Carter finally made the matchup. He nominated Warnke (pronounced Warn-key) to be both director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and...

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