All Americans young and old should have a minimum knowledge of America’s History and Geography. It is well broadcast that education is going in the wrong direction. For example, how many people does one know that can name and locate all the states and name their capitals? To help solve this problem, P.A. Mlecka of Rockledge, Florida, has published “Trivia Playing Cards U.S.A.,” a deck of playing cards where cards represent state-by-state trivia that helps people learn or refresh their knowledge of U.S. History, Geography and more. The back of each card contains part of a map puzzle that, when assembled, makes a large map of the United States. Teachers say it makes students more interested in learning.