Read this quote by Frederick Douglass about the newspaper the Liberator. The paper became my meat and my drink. My soul was set all on fire. Its sympathy for my brethren in bonds . . . sent a thrill of joy through my soul, such as I had never felt before! Which of the following best describes how The Liberator affected Frederick Douglass? Reading the paper angered Douglass and made him want to publish his own newspaper to reveal the truth about slavery. Reading the paper inspired Douglass and helped him feel that others understood the problem of slavery. Reading the paper angered Douglass and made him want to lead an armed revolt to stop the spread of slavery. Reading the paper inspired Douglass and made him want to escape to freedom in the North.