Does the period live up to this description? Why or Why not?

The Age of Jackson (1824-1848) has been celebrated as the era of the common man, ” meaning “the everyday, working class man not a wealthy landowner or man of power like a politician. Andrew Jackson, despite his high office, became emblematic of the common man because he came from humble beginnings.” (https://americanexperience.si.edu/historical-eras/colonization-revolution-and-new-nation/pair-daniel-lamotte-independence-squire-jack-porter/)
Does the period live up to this description? Why or Why not? Discuss at least two specific historical events or developments in your response.