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In 1907, after working as a bank clerk for twenty years, Power joined the Glasgow Herald as a full-time member of its editorial staff and remained there as essay and leader writer for nearly twenty years.[1][3] A considerable essayist and critic, Power was a supporter of the Scottish Renaissance literary movement in the 1920s. In 1926 he left the Glasgow Herald to become editor of the Scots Observer, a new weekly newspaper which was supported by the Scottish churches. However, the paper was not a commercial success, and he resigned as editor in 1929 to work for Associated Newspapers.[1] Power was a founding member of the Scottish centre of PEN International, and served as president of Scottish PEN from 1935 to 1938. He was also president of the Glasgow Esperanto Society, and the Scottish Ramblers' Federation.[1][4]

In 1940, at the age of 66, Power succeeded Andrew Dewar Gibb as the leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) following a shock by-election result in Argyllshire. Power had came from nowhere to poll 37% (7,308 votes), coming second behind the Conservative Party. In 1942, Power was re-nominated by John MacCormick for the post of leader of the SNP, but he was narrowly defeated by Douglas Young. This led MacCormick to convene a meeting of his supporters, which established the Scottish Convention.[5][6]

Power died in Clackmannan County Hospital, Alloa, in June 1951, aged 77. He was married in 1906 to Giulia Dick (1871-1922), and in 1924 to his second wife, Williamina Mills (1877-1946). There were no children of either marriage.[1][7]

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  1. ^ a b c d e [1] Margery Palmer McCulloch, ‘Power, William (1873–1951)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press
  2. ^ Obituary, The Glasgow Herald, June 14th 1951, p.3
  3. ^ Obituary, The Glasgow Herald, June 14th 1951, p.3
  4. ^ Obituary, The Glasgow Herald, June 14th 1951, p.3
  5. ^ Jack Brown, The National Movement in Scotland, pp.240-242
  6. ^ Keith Webb, The growth of nationalism in Scotland, p.147
  7. ^ Obituary, The Glasgow Herald, June 14th 1951, p.3
Party political offices
Preceded by
Andrew Dewar Gibb
Chairman (Leader) of the Scottish National Party
1940–1942
Succeeded by
Douglas Young
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