To the left are links to Academic Search Premier and Discover@MU. These two databases cover a wide range of topics and are a good place to start. They both have a lot of full-text and there are (Find It @ MU) links in both databases that often connect to even more full-text articles.
If you need more articles, look at databases that cover only one subject area. For example, if you are doing art censorship, try an art database, if you are doing music censorship, try a music database. You can get to a subject list of all the Libraries' databases with the link on the left.
If you are unfamiliar with searching for articles in a database, use the Database Search Tips tab above.