well - to start with, Locke's main claim to fame was denying
the existence of innate ideas, saying that people were born a tabula rasa
, or blank slate. So you better make sure you get that the right way around, to start with. And then, Steve Pinker, who is very well known current philosopher, actually wrote a book refuting the idea, called, if I remember it right, The Blank Slate
, about 2002. Plenty of material right there, I would think.
Also you might want to have a look at a website www.earlymoderntexts.com.
It has an updated edition of Locke's work which you might find helpful.