By  on July 2, 2008

NEW YORK — Clay Felker, the legendary editor and founder of New York magazine who was considered the father of New Journalism, died here Tuesday at the age of 82 after a long battle with cancer.

Credited with inventing the modern city magazine, Felker's encouragement of journalistic stars to produce vivid, detail-laden writing about the city's power struggles changed American magazines.

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