WASHINGTON - In a sudden about-face, the Clinton administration has decided to compromise with Congress on a major issue blocking the possible consolidation of the four federal bank and thrift agencies Administration sources s id Monday that they are willing to change a position voiced last month that the executive branch should have some control over a proposed superregulator.

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