How does Douglass use tone to effectively convey his message in "What the Black Man Wants"? Douglass uses a passionate tone to strengthen the logical arguments he makes about universal suffrage. Douglass uses an angry tone to convey the idea that the black man is bitter about the absence of universal suffrage. Douglass uses a sorrowful tone to elicit sympathy and guilt in hopes of achieving universal suffrage. Douglass uses a threatening tone to issue the inflexible demands he has prepared about universal suffrage.
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